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Pegi becomes sole classification system used for video game ratings

Pegi becomes sole classification system used for video game ratings

By 30 July 2012

The Pegi (Pan-European Game Information) system has become the only system used for determining what age certificate video games should be awarded, after the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) was dropped. The move should make it easier for parents... >>

PEGI age rating hits Windows Phone 7

PEGI age rating hits Windows Phone 7

By 31 August 2011

Worried that your kids are playing games that perhaps they shouldn't on their mobiles? Microsoft is too, it seems, as it has introduced PEGI age ratings to its Windows Phone platform. The PEGI system is the standard form of classification for video games... >>

PEGI games ratings to be UK standard

PEGI games ratings to be UK standard

By 17 June 2009

The PEGI system is to become the standard form of classification for video games in the UK, the government has announced as part of its "Digital Britain" report. "Protecting children and giving parents a clear and robust new system has always been our... >>

GTA IV PC features 32-person multiplayer

GTA IV PC features 32-person multiplayer

By 28 November 2008

Grand Theft Auto IV for PC is all set for its release next week, but we have given one more little insight into what we can expect before it hits the shelves. The PC version of the hit game is set to feature multiplayer support of up to 32 players, double... >>

Gears of War 2 patch released

Gears of War 2 patch released

By 28 November 2008

The bug in Gears of War 2 that was causing some players to experience long waits in multiplayer matchmaking has been fixed with an update. Epic has announced a patch for the 360 favourite that should completely cut out the problem from the game. It is... >>

Fear 2 refused classification in Australia

Fear 2 refused classification in Australia

By 27 November 2008

The powers that be in Australia have refused to classify Monolith Productions' survival horror game Fear 2: Project Origin, therefore banning it from being sold in the region. The Australian Classification Board and Classification Review Board have given... >>

Sony Netflix movies back on Xbox Live

Sony Netflix movies back on Xbox Live

By 27 November 2008

Films by Sony-owned Columbia Pictures that disappeared from Netflix's Xbox Live service last week, are now available for download once again. The range of movies went AWOL from Xbox Live around the launch of the New Xbox Experience, leading many to suggest... >>

Halo 3 expansion pack gets renamed

Halo 3 expansion pack gets renamed

By 26 November 2008

The forthcoming Halo 3 expansion pack now has a new name. When it was first announced at the Tokyo Game Show last month it was called Halo 3: Recon, but now it seems it's been given a new title of Halo 3: ODST. ODST stands for Orbital Drop Shock Troopers,... >>

Fallout 3 DLC dated for next year

Fallout 3 DLC dated for next year

By 26 November 2008

Bethesda has announced three downloadable installments for Fallout 3, due out next year. First up will be Operation: Anchorage in January, which will be a military simulation taking players back to the time that the Chinese invaded Alaska. The second... >>

EA releases new Red Alert 3 PC demo

EA releases new Red Alert 3 PC demo

By 25 November 2008

Anyone who hasn't made their mind up whether to purchase the PC version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 yet, EA has released a new demo for you to download for free to get a flavour for it. Released in Europe on 31 October, Red Alert 3 is the latest... >>


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