BBC News outlines a new video games rating system announced by Britain's Entertainment & Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA). The new system employs a color-coding scheme to help parents determine what are age-appropriate games for their children. The system is pretty simple, employing the three colors of a traffic signal, red for the "18" and "16" ratings, amber for the "12" rating, and green for the "7" and "3" ratings. This leaves open the distant possibility that a missing child with a "12" rated game could threaten US national security, triggering the dreaded triple amber alert.
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