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M (movie)

Letter: Parents need to stand tough when it comes to video game ratings

I love helping people and I love working in our community, and I also have a strong love for gaming — so naturally, working at a local video gaming store for the past five year has been a wonderful experience. Throughout my time there, I've dealt with many situations, and one that has occurred time and time again is how parents allow their children, ranging from ages 5 to 13, to purchase mature rated games that are intended for people who are 17 or older. Whenever asked by a parent if such a game is suitable for their child, I make sure to explain to them the ESRB rating system — which rates games on a scale of E for everyone, T for teens 13 and older, and M for 17 and...