SALISBURY, Md. - Video games have been one of the holidays' hot ticket items for years...
And despite ratings being listed on the packaging, with the goal of keeping inappropriate material out of the hands of children, video games featuring violence and sexual content continue to make their way to even the littlest gamers.
WMDT asked parents at the mall in Salisbury whether or not they pay attention to those ratings.
"I look on the back to see what the rating is. With the way things are now a days with sex and violence I think it's important," says Linda Collins from Laurel Delaware
Rich Spinks of Fenwick says, "we call the parents, we only let them go to parents that we know, that we're friends with, and we talk to parents ahead if time and say hey, we don't want our son playing those games."