In DepthGames have always had an uneasy relationship with sex
ExclusiveFollowing the publication of the Digital Britain report last week, TechRadar caught up with ELSPA boss Mike Rawlinson to quiz him a little more about the government's recent decision to back the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) system as the UK's single games rating body.
There is no word as yet on a timeline for when we can expect to see the new PEGI age-ratings' symbols to appear on videogames, but that hasn't stopped the ratings' body from unveiling its new classification symbols.
Digital BritainLord Carter's Digital Britain report is finally published today, with the government deciding that PEGI is set to be the UK's the single games rating body, with the independent British Board of Film Classification no longer being used to evaluate videogames.
The BBFC has confirmed what we all knew already – computer games are moving steadily into the domain of entertainment for adults, with an increasing number containing swearing, sexual content and violence.