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Strategy wiki

Up to date as of January 23, 2010

From StrategyWiki, the free strategy guide and walkthrough wiki

The Ethics Organization of Computer Software (EOCS) is an organization in Japan that aims to promote a sense of ethical responsibility with respect to the production, distribution, and use of computer software.

Among its activities are:

  • Support bishoujo games
  • Combat software piracy
  • Scholarships for students interested in becoming software designers
  • Recognize good retailers (segregating games of different ratings, etc)

Ratings

The EOCS has three levels of ratings for software:

General General: All ages.
Restricted Restricted: Must be 15 or above.
18+ 18+: Must be 18 or above.

External Links

  • Official homepage (Japanese)
  • wikipedia:ja:コンピュータソフトウェア倫理機構

Gaming

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Wikia Gaming, your source for walkthroughs, games, guides, and more!

The Ethics Organization of Computer Software(EOCS) is an organization that rates PC games in Japan. It is primarily formed by members of the Japanese adult game industry, and aims to promote a sense of ethical responsibility with respect to the production, distribution, and use of computer software.

Among its activities are:

  • Support bishoujo games
  • Combat software priacy
  • Scholarships for students interested in becoming software designers
  • Recognize good retailers (segregating games of different ratings, etc)

EOCS's console games counterpart is the CERO.

Ratings

The EOCS has three levels of ratings for software:

  • General: All ages.
  • Restricted: Must be 15 or above.
  • 18+: Must be 18 or above.

External Links

EOCS


Game Rating
Americas
ESRB (United States/Canada)
Europe
PEGI (most of Europe) • BBFC (UK) • ELSPA (UK, retired) • USK (Germany) • VET (Finland)
Asia
CERO (Japan, console) • EOCS (Japan, PC)
Australia/New Zealand
OFLC (Australia)OFLC (New Zealand)

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