WASHINGTON -- A rating system proposed by a group of major video game manufacturers has earned the approval of two U.S. senators who had earlier threatened to regulate the game industry. In a hearing held here on July 29, the Interactive Digital Software Association, also here, detailed a rating system that will be put into effect in September, in time for fourth-quarter sales and rentals. While the senators praised the IDSA system, they were more critical of another rating system proposed ...

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