The European game rating body, PEGI, will start to provide information on whether titles contain loot boxes.
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According to a survey conducted by UK website Playr2, of the 1221 parents who participated in the questionnaire with children aged 17 or younger, 64% said they didn’t check the ratings on the game box to see if the game was age appropriate for their children.
The Entertainment Software Ratings Board has posted up a lovely pie chart which provides a look the ratings received by games in the US during 2010.
ESRB representative Eliot Mizrachi has shed some light on how ratings are handed out to videogames, and it has nothing to do with the body playing the games and experiencing the content for themselves.