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The '''Pan European Game Information''' or '''PEGI''' is a ratings system used in continental [[Europe]], and was created in April 2003. It took over from [[ELSPA]] in the UK, and a number of other rating systems in other European countries, in total, 29 European countries now use it, although it has no legal effect (except in Finland). Ratings are sorted by age categories, with the mildest being 3+ (for ages 3 and up), and the strongest being 18+ (for ages 18 and up). The general ratings scheme is much closer to the ''[[BBFC]]'' than the ''[[ESRB]]''.
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The '''Pan European Game Information''' ('''PEGI''') is a rating system created in April 2003 and used in continental [[Europe]]. In total, 29 European countries now use it, although it has no legal effect, except in Finland. Ratings are sorted by age categories, with the mildest being 3+ (for ages 3 and up), and the strongest being 18+ (for ages 18 and up). On 30 July 2012, PEGI replaced the [[BBFC]] as the main ratings system in the United Kingdom, though it maintains a similar rating scheme to the BBFC.
   
 
== Grand Theft Auto game ratings ==
 
== Grand Theft Auto game ratings ==
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* [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]] - '''18+'''
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]] - '''18+'''
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]] - '''18+'''
 
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]] - '''18+'''
* [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] - 18'''+'''
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* [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] - '''18+'''
* [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] - 18+
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* [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] - '''18+'''
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* [[Grand Theft Auto V]] - '''18+'''
   
==See also==
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==See Also==
*[[BBFC]], the [[United Kingdom|British]] media rating system
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*[[BBFC]] - The [[United Kingdom|British]] media rating system
*[[ESRB]], the [[United States]] and [[Canada|Canadian]] computer and video game rating system
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*[[ESRB]] - The [[United States]] and [[Canada|Canadian]] computer and video game rating system
*[[ELSPA]], the former [[United Kingdom|British]] computer and video game rating system, replaced by the PEGI ratings.
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*[[ELSPA]] - The former [[United Kingdom|British]] computer and video game rating system, replaced by the PEGI ratings.
*[[USK]], the [[Germany|German]] computer and video game rating system
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*[[USK]] - The [[Germany|German]] computer and video game rating system
*[[OFLC]], the [[Australia]]n media rating system
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*[[OFLC]] - The [[Australia]]n media rating system
*[[OFLC (NZ)]], the [[New Zealand]] media rating system
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*[[OFLC (NZ)]] - The [[New Zealand]] media rating system
*[[CERO]], the [[Japan]]ese computer and video game rating system
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*[[CERO]] - The [[Japan]]ese computer and video game rating system
   
==External links==
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==External Links==
 
*[http://www.pegi.info PEGI]
 
*[http://www.pegi.info PEGI]
 
*[http://www.pegionline.eu PEGI Online]
 
*[http://www.pegionline.eu PEGI Online]

Latest revision as of 21:42, June 20, 2015

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The Pan European Game Information (PEGI) is a rating system created in April 2003 and used in continental Europe. In total, 29 European countries now use it, although it has no legal effect, except in Finland. Ratings are sorted by age categories, with the mildest being 3+ (for ages 3 and up), and the strongest being 18+ (for ages 18 and up). On 30 July 2012, PEGI replaced the BBFC as the main ratings system in the United Kingdom, though it maintains a similar rating scheme to the BBFC.

Grand Theft Auto game ratings Edit

The following ratings have been given by PEGI to games in the Grand Theft Auto series. Note that PEGI did not exist until April 2003, so only GTA games released after then have a PEGI rating (although some of the games have retroactively adopted ratings of 18+).

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