Owen Parsons / Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman (Dorkly)

As many other satirical commentaries from Dorkly, this one too is just spot on. But it also reminds us:

Gamer-parents! Please be responsible while buying games for your kids. Mind the ratings, they are there for a reason. You can find the PEGI/ESRB notice on our product pages, above system requirements. There are, however, some exceptions. GOG.com offers a HUGE selection of PC classics that were published before ESRB or PEGI even existed and were never rated. What to do?

If you’re uncertain if a game you plan on buying is suitable for your child, the best place to ask is its dedicated forum. We have such a place for every single title in our store and it’s easy to find people who played it and can comment on the content. You can also trust our support team to provide you with information that will help you to make an educated decision.

For us, gaming was a huge part of childhood, and often an enriching experience. We know games made us better. Let’s make sure the future generations of gamers can say the same, OK?