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That's because the rating system got flanderized and now by default anything CGI or live-action is PG unless stronger explicit content is put in to raise the rating higher.

It's a stereotype that even Nintendo is harmed by.

G-rated movie - A baby movie
E-rated game - A baby game

So now everyone just aims for PG to get the kids to see it (and PG-13/R for those who only want to draw in older kids and adults). Just like game makers aim for E-10 to get the kids and T/M-rated games for those older kids and adults.

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