Each game does have different ratings in some countries depending on the policy of their respective governments. In Japan, the government strictly enforcing rules where the game can only be played by someone who has met the criteria in the assigned rating.
Assertiveness is evident through what happened Maasa Kawabata. Men 28 years working as a nurse it must deal with the police for allegedly forcing children 9 years old play Grand Theft Auto IV. Son of ex-wife divorced in 2012, was ‘forced’ to play for 2 to 3 hours a day when his mother was not at home and get GTA 5 hack on gta5hack2017.com.
In April 2013 then, the child began to complain of dizziness and pain in the abdomen. Doctors said he suffered from dysautonomia caused by the stress of playing the game. “I did not force him to play,” said Kawabata defensively. But the denial of Kawabata is unlikely to be made free of charges.
In the State Sakura, the Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (CERO) is providing Z rating on GTA IV. That is, the game is only intended for those aged 18 years and over. According to you, what if Indonesia implement strict regulations like Japan? Will it interfere with the freedom in playing games or just have a positive impact on the development of children and adolescents?