Monday, April 5, 2010

A Nintendo Game that doesn't have an ESRB Rating

Written by pikaby

Rare enough to see a game with an AO rating by the ESRB. Even rarer to see a new game that doesn't need a rating...and that's what Nintendo is planning on releasing to the casual crowd and book lovers this summer.
'This product does not require age classification'. Hasn't happened before, has it? Books are pretty universal after all, and there's not an inkling of a videogame-like element anywhere in a book collection. The collection comprises of unabridged literary works one would expect to get in school. Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Oliver Twist, that kind of thing.

According to Nintendo the books are the complete edition, not a word has been edited out for the sake of readability or something like that. It's as good as a DS library can get. Source: Kotaku

Wonder if Nintendo wants in on the e-book scene that the iPhone has already been in for quite some time.

1 comment:

  1. If we can get that for modern-day manga, I'm all in!