A video game exhibit from Europe on display in Illinois is missing something, all of the games rated “M” for Mature.
Museum official John Beckman said a handful of original exhibits that allowed sampling of M-rated games such as [I]Grand Theft Auto [/I]and [I]Doom[/I] were rejected. In addition to the M games excised, the museum also rejected [I]Golden Eye[/I], a game rated “T” for Teen, because of its questionable content.
Game On covers the growth of video games from 1962, when [I]Spacewar![/I] was created, to today. Visitors to the show can play more than 100 actual games.
Game On might not include M games, but it does cover the rating system and offers handouts on what the ratings mean.