Game Rating Information

The Australian Classification Board provides advice about the content of computer games, helping consumers make an informed choice about what they read, view and play.

The classification information can help you determine whether an Xbox® or Xbox 360™ video game is appropriate for your child.

The Classification Board has a website at classification.gov.au so that parents and consumers can access up-to-date rating information.


OLFC Rating Symbols

  • OLFC Rating General

    GENERAL

    Suitable for Everyone

  • OLFC Rating Parental Guidance

    PARENTAL GUIDANCE

    It is not recommended for viewing or playing by persons under 15 without guidance from parents or guardians.

  • OLFC Rating Mature

    MATURE

    Recommended for mature audiences.

  • OLFC Rating Mature Accompanied

    MATURE ACCOMPANIED

    Not suitable for people under 15. Under 15 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.

  • OLFC Rating Restricted

    RESTRICTED

    Restricted to people 18 years and over.

  • OLFC Rating - Check the Classifiication

    CHECK THE CLASSIFICATION

    This has advertising approval, but is not yet classified.

Does Xbox have parental controls and online safety settings?

Xbox safety features let you control what kinds of content each of your family members can access on Xbox. During the initial console set-up process, you’ll be prompted to set controls that limit your child’s access to video content, online interactions, and purchases. Or, you can set controls through the console in Settings. In Settings, you can decide what can be played and viewed, based on content ratings for games, movies, and television shows.