I propose having adjustable maturity levels. Some games, like Assasin's Creed already have the option to remove blood. Why not include this into more games, and even better, also include a language filter, too. (Please don't bleep. That would get really annoying really fast, and everybody still knows what they are saying. I knew when I was like 9, and I was a fairly sheltered child.) As for the language filter, all that would need to be toggled is "game chatter," the irrelevant things they say in reaction to events, but leave relevant speech in a different category, such as where the player needs to proceed or whatnot. You could even make it so there are alternate cutscenes (this would not take long, because the nudity scenes in games are not normally very long, so providing an alternate would not take too much development time. It could be as simple as having them kiss rather than have sex, or have them lie in bed together, but not naked, and just talking, like on old movies.) Then, advertise them by putting that you have the toggle options next to the ESRB ratings in small print. This would expand the availability of awesome games to me, because often the coolest games are those that have the most mature content, but not because of the mature content.