Alan Smithee

Hey, Who Put the ESRB in my Smart Phone?

Hey, Who Put the ESRB in my Smart Phone?

If you use applications bought through AT&T, Microsoft, Sprint, T-Mobile USA, U.S. Cellular, or Verizon Wireless, then get ready as they’ve struck a deal this week with the ESRB to use the same rating system that the videogame industry has used since 1994.

 Alan Smithee

ESRB Lists Chrono Trigger for PSP/PS3

ESRB Lists Chrono Trigger for PSP/PS3

The Entertainment Software Ratings Board has listed Chrono Trigger for the PS3 and PSP systems, and my ass just exploded.

 

ESRB Awards Kinect Title Rise of Nightmares with an M-Rating

ESRB Awards Kinect Title Rise of Nightmares with an M-Rating

A few weeks back our man Ryan Wilson reported on the ESRBs comments on Rise of Nightmares. The game now has a rating and I like it.

 Ryan Wilson

For Once, ESRB Helps Sell a Game

For Once, ESRB Helps Sell a Game

For those predisposed in believing that the Kinect is just another expensive devices used to peddle minigames, let the Entertainment Software Rating Board convince you otherwise.

 Alan Smithee

ESRB adds Ratings for 3 Capcom Classics

ESRB adds Ratings for 3 Capcom Classics

Looking at the ESRB today, I noticed that there’s a few re-release games coming up that I think would warrant a purchase on PSN. Yup, three excellent survival horror classics are coming back to life on the system that bore them originally. Good work there Capcom.