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The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) is a self-regulating group founded in 1994 for content ratings of computer and video games in North America.

They have rated most Star Trek video games released since 1994.

Ratings for these games have fallen into five categories to date: Kids to Adults (K-A), Everyone (E), Everyone 10+ (E10+), Teen (T), and Mature (M).

Kids to Adults

ESRB K-A

For content suitable for persons ages 6 and older. Replaced by "E" in 1998.

Games rated K-A

Everyone

ESRB Everyone

For content suitable for persons of all ages. Replaced "K-A" in 1998.

Games rated E

Everyone 10+

ESRB Everyone 10+

For content that may be suitable for ages 10 and older.

Games rated E10+

Teen

ESRB Teen

For content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older.

Games rated T

Everyone to Teen

ESRB E-T

For releases that feature content that ranges from Everyone to Teen.

Compilations rated E-T

Mature

ESRB Mature

For content that may be suitable for ages 17 and older. Only two Star Trek games have received this rating, both of which focus exclusively on the Klingons.

Games rated M


Everyone to Mature

ESRB E-M

For releases that feature content that ranges from Everyone to Mature.

Compilations rated E-M

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