The PEGI age rating system
Nintendo of Europe GmbH is a member of ISFE, the Interactive Software Federation of Europe. This means that in the United Kingdom and Ireland, all Nintendo-published games are submitted to a voluntary rating scheme, and rated under the PEGI (Pan European Games Information) age rating system.
Established in 2003 to help European parents make informed decisions on buying interactive games, the PEGI age rating system was designed to ensure that minors are not exposed to games that are unsuitable for their particular age group. The system is supported by major console manufacturers like Nintendo, as well as by publishers and developers of interactive games throughout Europe.
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