The PEGI iPhone app that provides European game ratings on the fly is now supplemented by Eurogamer content.
You can read our reviews and browse our galleries while checking out whether the game you're buying is suitable for children - or perhaps a relative this Christmas.
PEGI, a pan-European service, replaces the BBFC ratings in the UK in April 2011. From that date onwards, PEGI will be backed by the law.
You can spot PEGI ratings by the little pictures that refer to a type of content within the game. A spider, for instance, relates to fear and means the game can be scary, whereas a syringe means there's reference to drugs within the game.
The PEGI app was released in May this year on the App Store.