Video games and sexual content go together that KFC chicken and gravy, but it seems Sony’s looking to put a lid on naughty content in its games.
In an interview with Wall Street Journal [via Engadget], Sony confirmed it’s using its own guidelines to assess and rate content in its games, going over the heads of traditional game ratings top dogs like PEGI and ESRB.
According to a Sony rep, the move is to help “offer well-balanced content” that doesn’t “inhibit the sound growth and development” of young people.
The specifics of the regulations – or when they came into effect – aren’t known.
Interestingly, although Sony’s keen to filter out any XXX content in its Western releases, Japan seems to be getting all the boobs and butts it desires.
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