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]

  • A (all ages)
  • B (ages 12 and up)
  • C (ages 15 and up)
  • D (ages 17 and up)
  • Z (ages 18 and up only)