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Video Game Report Card

The National Institute on Media and the Family has released its annual video game report card. The NIMF granted a A grade to box ratings after failing to find any games w...

Quang Hong, Blogger

November 29, 1999

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The National Institute on Media and the Family has released its annual video game report card. The NIMF granted a A grade to box ratings after failing to find any games without ratings and a B for ratings accuracy after encountering a few games that the NIMF found to be unsuitable for their teen and children ratings. Lower grades went to retail and rental outlets for failing to properly educate consumers about the ratings system, while the NIMF found the lack of ratings on online sites offering downloadable game demos worthy of an F.

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Quang Hong is the Features Editor of Gamasutra.com.

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