For many families, video games are a part of everyday life.
Depending on the system, parental controls might include: Game Rating Restrictions: This setting this lets you decide which games can be played on a console or handheld gaming device based on the rating from the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).
For example, you might set the system to allow games Rated E for Everyone to be played, but not games rated Teen or above.
Disabling Internet Access: This setting can prevent your kids from accessing online features.
For example, some systems include parental controls that allow you to mute or disable online chat, which might include profanity or bullying by other players.
And plenty of games are designed with a grown-up audience in mind.
That’s why it’s important to find out your parental control options.
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But in most cases, you can set a password to restrict those purchases.