A quarter century ago this week, the video game industry responded to a threat of federal regulation by launching a trade group and introducing its own voluntary MPAA-style ratings system for games. The solution worked. Here are the lessons you can take from the effort. The post Four Ways That Ratings Changed Video Games Forever appeared first on Associations Now .
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