PublisherEntertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB)
Download size2 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Is that game OK to play? This mobile app, from the non-profit Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), makes it easier to determine the right games for your kids, whether at home or in the store. ESRB offers over 30,000+ ratings for video games, mobile apps, and other downloadable games for kids, teens and adults. Depending on the specific title, results may include additional information such as rating summaries, interactive elements, or other notices. This app features an unlimited number of free searches with the ability to instantly share results with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail. Game Platforms: • Mobile App/Tablet • Nintendo DS/DSi/3DS • PlayStation 3 • PlayStation 4 • PlayStation Vita/PSP • Wii • Wii U • Windows/Mac • Xbox 360 • Xbox One • Other Platforms Rating Categories: • EC (Early Childhood) • E (Everyone) • E10+ (Everyone 10+) • T (Teen) • M (Mature) • AO (Adults Only) Content Categories: • Violence • Blood/Gore • Sexuality • Nudity • Language • Substances • Gambling • Humor • No Content Descriptors
10/10/2013I know what games to buy
8/30/2013Feels like it runs slower and is less useful than the previous iteration.
6/25/2013Great app does exactly what it says it will do. :D
4/8/2013Excellent quite reference tool for parents. Provides more information than the truncated back of the box descriptions/ratings.
2/7/2013This is awesome! I think that everyone should have this on their phone for their own personal reference!
10/19/2012Great app - love the options to search by pointing the phone camera at an image or just saying the title. Very easy to use when you're at a game store and want to quickly get info on a game.
7/19/2012Trust me this is a great app
6/30/2012Great app, there are some missing info on some games but overall great.
9/27/2011LAme. No barcodes scanner