Sony's upcoming console joins Xbox 360, Revolution in having option to limit access to games based on ESRB rating.

The next generation of games brings with it some impressive technology, bringing gaming to the next level of realism. The new graphics capabilities allows football jerseys to flop around authentically, cars to accurately depict real-time reflections, and landscapes to have unprecedented detail.

Unfortunately for parents of little ones, the new consoles also have the ability to show blood and gore at all-new levels of realism. More megahertz means more megaviolence. If inappropriate material was a concern of parents with the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube, it'll be an even greater concern after parents see what can be portrayed with the new crop of high-powered machines.

PS3 to include parental controls - News at GameSpot


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