I was curious about something. Someone brought to my attention about a game on steam (Which shall be nameless) anyway, you can purchase the game on steam but like all games have to follow the conduct of publication. The game is available for purchase, on steam, but there is also a link to the publishers website to download a patch to uncensor the game back to the normal state. So I was curious, I know console games usually avoid submitting games of the AO 18+ rating or even mature if it can (whatever their rating they want to aim for) but it sometimes require cutting content and not having things available, would it be possible to just have a patch or dlc like system to allow the player to play the uncut version of the game? ESRB usually give ratings for the content of software that is published on the formatted device media (Disc or cart) but not the stuff downloaded from the online store digitally like dlc right? As is usually said "Online not rated by ESRB" For the international people ESRB = Entertainment software ratings board who give the age group rating for games in USA (and some other countries I think) and is equal to europe PEGI or Asia CERO. (Did I get that right?) The rating between countries are different at how they decide the ratings but short part, I wasn't sure how they function specifically. So it was just a idea, to allow players who i guess would want the uncut experience of a game but wasn't sure if it was actually allowed to do it that way.