Group Cites Progress in Video Game Report Card

The National Institute on Media and the Family is unveiling its 13th annual video game report card to help parents choose games that are appropriate for their children as the holiday shopping season picks up. This year, citing the positive steps taken by industry officials and retailers, the group is focusing on ways parents can play a more active role in safeguarding their children from games that glamorize sex, drugs and violence.

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