Earlier this year a document pertaining to app certification inside the Windows Store that comes with Windows 8 pointed to Microsoft choosing to not stock apps that had mature and adult ratings according to the ESRB and PEGI standards. This meant that adult titles and “mature-rated” apps would have to be bought online elsewhere, which seemed like Microsoft was drawing up it’s policy to match that of Valve, which recently kicked off a mature game that featured sexual references from the Greenlight service. Microsoft has now confirmed they will be offering mature and adult-rated titles, using the ESRB content ratings system to properly rate apps and games bought from the store.

Source: TechpowerUp!

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