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Computer Entertainment Rating Organization

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The Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (特定非営利活動法人 コンピュータエンターテインメントレーティング機構, Tokutei Hieiri Katsudō Hōjin Konpyūta Entāteinmento Rētingu Kikō) (CERO) is a group that rates video games in Japan. It was established in 2002 by the Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association. It does not rate games for personal computers.

Ratings[change | change source]

Mark Rating
All Ages (全年齢対象, Zen nenrei taishō)
Ages 12 and up (12才以上対象, Jūnisai ijō taishō)
Ages 15 and up (15才以上対象, Jūgosai ijō taishō)
Ages 17 and up (17才以上対象, Jūnanasai ijō taishō)
Ages 18 and up only (18才以上のみ対象, Jūhassai ijō nomi taishō)