With Utah legislators on the verge of passing legislation that expands the state's Truth in Advertising statute, imposing fines on video game retailers and movie theaters that provide M- or R-rated products to minors, ESRB President Patricia Vance has written a letter.
The Tehran Times is reporting that Iran has joined the Entertainment Software Rating Board. That's right. Iran.
The Entertainment Software Rating Board today rolled out a new set of game rating summaries on their website geared toward parents looking to find out more information about the games they're letting their children play. Now the ESRB website lists the rating and content descriptors as well as a brief synopsis of the…