Stories about game ratings from various boards like ESRB, PEGI, and other countries like Australia and Germany

Ratings All Articles

Select
Alex standing in a foggy street in Silent Hill: Homecoming, which won't be the new Silent Hill game (thankfully)

News

A new Silent Hill game appears to have been rated in Korea under the name Silent Hill: The Short Message, reigniting rumors the franchise will be

BJ Blazkowicz aiming his gun at an enemy in Wolfenstein 3D

News

Wolfenstein 3D has finally been classified in Germany, making it available in that country legally for the first time in 30 years.

Inscryption

News

The Inscryption console release has been leaked by the Australian Rating Board with the game receiving an M rating for supernatural themes and

Resident Evil Reverse Development Stadia PEGI rating cover

News

Resident Evil Re:Verse has been rated for Google Stadia by PEGI -- it looks like the Resident Evil Village multiplayer spinoff is still in

The cast of Marvel's Midnight Suns

News

The Australian Classification Board has rated Marvel's Midnight Suns, handing it a Mature rating for its themes and violence.

A screenshot of RimWorld with the Australian R18+ classification over the top

News

The Australian Classification Board has unbanned RimWorld, classifying the game at R18+ due to its "high impact themes" and depictions of drug use.

The feline hero walking through a cyberpunk cityscape in Stray

News

If a Korean ratings board listing is to be believed, we could be about to get an official Stray release date announcement.

RimWorld art with a red circle with line

News

RimWorld was banned on Steam in Australia following news of a supposed console port being banned in the same region.

A shot of a colony in RimWorld

News

A new Australian classification listing could have leaked a RimWorld console version...although perhaps not in Australia.

Kris crossing the road in Deltarune

News

Deltarune, Toby Fox's Undertale followup, has been reclassified in Australia due to the use of the word "piss", which is apparently "coarse language".