E is the new M
“GameProFamily“, GamePro’s game-lawsuit-impeding sidekick, has a list of 13 E-rated games — as voted by the ESRB — that are getting away with pure, unadulterated, pixelated murder. The more you know, people.
I’m sorry, what? A 10 year-old boy is traveling the countryside with an old professor he has no relation to? By all the ESRB’s guidelines this is an E-Rated game with no objectionable content. Players step into the role of Luke, a young boy who solves riddles and puzzles and gets praised by his older professor friend. Though the content is not explicitly M, the thought of a young boy traveling the countryside with an old man is as creepy as an alter boy sharing room in a confessional booth with a priest.
Twelve more games in sheep’s clothing are lurking. Do you know where your children are? Or are you that much of a deadbeat already at barely 30?