Following PEGI's appointment as the sole classification system for video games in the UK, we asked you whether you pay attention to age ratings, ignore them completely or plan to use them now that the new system is in place.
Just over 71% of readers admitted to ignoring age ratings completely, 23% have used them in the past, while little more than 5% showed a willingness to adopt the new classification system.
Some readers said that they ignored them due to their own age and lack of dependants; others said that they wouldn't want their children playing content sensitive material, while some believe that age ratings are pointless without parental education.
The latter response echoes a poll carried out by PEGI, which revealed that one in three parents have purchased an age-restricted game for their children.
PEGI has subsequently developed the Control.Collaborate.Create campaign, which includes a video hosted by TV and radio presenter Jo Whiley.
The aim of the campaign is to help parents make the best choices when purchasing video games for children.
Meanwhile, retailers face a possible £5,000 fine and a six-month jail sentence for selling age-restricted material to minors.