About PEGI ratings
PEGI age ratings are systems used to ensure that entertainment content, such as films, videos, DVDs, and computer games, are clearly labelled by age according to the content they contain. Age ratings provide guidance to consumers (particularly parents) to help them decide whether or not to buy a particular product.
The rating on a game confirms that it is suitable for players over a certain age. Accordingly, a PEGI 7 game is only suitable for those aged seven and above and an PEGI 18 game is only suitable for adults aged eighteen and above. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.
PEGI is used and recognised throughout Europe and has the enthusiastic support of the European Commission. It is considered to be a model of European harmonisation in the field of the protection of children.
For more information please visit http://www.pegi.info
The age ratings displayed above suggest that the game content is considered suitable for the designated age.
The content ratings indicate a game contains content of the described nature.
Please note there is no legal requirement for you to follow these ratings. They are to be considered a guideline to help you determine a games suitability for your children. However, the information is an accurate representation of a games content and nature, and therefore should be considered before purchasing. Games are very similar in nature to film and TV and as such the same care and observations should be used when choosing.