The rating system used on cartridge games, originally developed by the Interactive Digital Software Association, Washington, and now handled by the Independent Entertainment Software Rating Board, New York, has five rating categories: Early Childhood -- Suitable for children ages 3 and older. Kids to Adult -- Ages 6 and older. Teen -- Ages 13 and older. Mature -- Ages 17 and older. Adults Only -- Not intended to be sold or rented to persons under 18. According to the Entertainment ...
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