But Can The ESRB Get Past The Big Boss On Level 12? It Had Better, According To Proposed Law

Video Game Law Blog

August 11, 2006

The ESA, which established the ESRB, contends that a proposed bill – the "Truth in Video Game Rating Act" (HR 5912) – requiring the ESRB to play through every single video game it rates is not sensible. ESA president Doug Lowenstein responded to the proposed bill by defending the current ratings system and noting that games can take over 100 hours to complete and to do so would often require the skills of a professional gamer. Such gamers, he went on to say, are not likely to be representative of the mainstream American parent.
Coverage at http://shorl.com/duhahokepregro (GameDaily)