ESRB Cracking Down on Hidden Game Content
Apparently the effects of "Hot Coffee" are still being felt. The ESRB is getting very serious about hidden content in games and is requiring that publishers examine all games since September of last year to make sure that no hidden content slipped through. They will have to notify the ESRB of the results in January so that the board may re-rate titles if any new content warrants it.
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