Ep. 89: Parental Censorship in Video Games

Organizations like the ESRB and MPAA work diligently to provide ratings on video games, movies and more to determine suitability for certain audiences, based on its content. While not law-binding, theaters and retailers may tend to abide by these ratings stringently. But how should consumers interpret these ratings for their children? Speaking not from experience of parenting, but rather as products of “successful” parenting by our own fathers and mothers, we explore the topic of censorship in the home.

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