Utah representative Jim Matheson has introduced a bill which would enforce ESRB ratings, making it illegal to sell a game without a classification stamp. If successful, the bill would bring the US in line with Australia and the UK, where classification is required for commercially released games. GamesRadar reports the bill is unclear on how it would apply to small developers and indies selling games online; the ratings requirement doesn’t extend to the App Store in Australia, for example. Happily, ESRB ratings for smaller titles are free and can be obtained quickly.
If you’re planning to jump into the Dauntless founder’s alpha this weekend now that it’s live, these weapon tutorials will probably come in handy.
Space battles in Star Wars Battlefront 2 look rather cool.
Have a look at the hub town in Monster Hunter World, crafting system, Wildspire Waste map and new monster Kulu-Ya-Ku
Earlier this week, Capcom dropped a new Monster Hunter World trailer providing a look at new monsters and the Wildspire Waste. Let’s pick it apart, shall we?
FIFA 17 is free to play all weekend on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One if you’re a Gold subscriber.
Dragon Age: Inquisition contains some rather frank discussion of sex and sexuality. Dialogue spoiler alert.