LOS ANGELES -- The Video Software Dealers Association will back the new video game ratings system created by the Interactive Digital Software Association. The VSDA board of directors, meeting in Toronto Sept. 16 and 17, voted to approve the game ratings plan and incorporate it into the trade group's Pledge to Parents program. VSDA retailers participating in that program promise not to rent movies with an R or NC-17 rating to children under 17. "With the emergence of a video game ratings ...
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