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Joshua Gallien is hoping that proximity to Nashua Technical College and gaming store The Relentless Dragon , as well as space rental events such as birthday parties, will help Gamers Sanctuary fill an entertainment role once held by bowling alleys and movie theaters.  Even with XBoxLive, Steam and other online services, in-person group gaming is still popular and we hope Mr. Gallien succeeds wildly.


With a more opened modern take on the arcade experience , located at 493 Amherst street and called Gamers Sanctuary. Location closed two years later due to new property ownership. Gamers Sanctuary linked up with Level Up Gaming on Elm a Street in Manchester NH for a year.

Now they moved on to be a mobile unit and online base store. 

Gamers Sanctuary main features are seven 9 foot screens that allow players playing in 4-player split-screen combat to have the equivalent of a 68-inch screen to themselves.  It also features a bunch of 100-inch screen for motion games.

Let's not forget his side part of this business. Backyard parties, Churches holiday parties, Comicons, and his company mascots Yoshi and Pika. Check out the mascot Facebook page.

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The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) is the non-profit, self-regulatory body that assigns ratings for video games and apps so parents can make informed choices. The ESRB rating system encompasses guidance about age-appropriateness, content, and interactive elements. As part of its self-regulatory role for the video game industry, the ESRB also enforces industry-adopted advertising guidelines and helps ensure responsible online and mobile privacy practices among companies participating in its  Privacy Certified program. In 2015, ESRB expanded the use of its ratings to mobile and digital storefronts as part of the International Age Rating Coalition ( IARC). ESRB was established in 1994 by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). 

Are all games and apps required to have a rating?

The rating system is voluntary, although virtually all video games that are sold at retail or downloaded to a game system in the U.S. and Canada are rated by the ESRB. Many U.S. retailers, including most major chains, have policies to only stock or sell games that carry an ESRB rating, and console manufacturers require games that are published on their systems in the U.S. and Canada to be rated by ESRB. 

The ESRB is one of the founding rating authorities of the International Age Rating Coalition (IARC), which administers a streamlined process for assigning age and content ratings to the high volume of digitally delivered games and mobile apps coming into the market today. The Google Play store and Firefox Marketplace are among the app storefronts that have deployed the IARC rating system, which facilitates the display of ESRB ratings on devices in North America.

Does the ESRB have any restrictions on how a game can be marketed?

Publishers of packaged or boxed games carrying an ESRB rating are contractually bound to follow the industry-adopted Principles and Guidelines for Responsible Advertising Practices, along with numerous additional requirements addressing how rating information must be displayed on game packaging and in advertising and certain restrictions on where ads for Mature-rated games may appear. The ESRB's Advertising Review Council (ARC) diligently monitors industry compliance, and in the event that a game publisher is found to have inappropriately labeled or advertised a product, the ESRB is empowered to compel corrective actions and impose a wide range of sanctions, including monetary fines.

Similarly, publishers of digitally delivered games and apps are strongly encouraged to provide consumers with clear and prominent disclosure of ESRB rating information as well as abide by the various advertising and marketing guidelines to which publishers adhere.

Who can I contact if I have a question or complaint about a rating?

The ESRB welcomes feedback. Use the Contact ESRB form to submit complaints, comments, questions or concerns regarding ESRB ratings.