What I meant was: Although you say that Mario, Zelda, ect are really adult games, not kids games but the movies track to child age groups primarily through whatever art direction. IE, your view of Pans Labrynth vs. 300. Despite your saying that one movie might feature more complex-oriented themes, its meant for adults. Why? The movie was marketed to, and it's primary audience, were children. Games of all formats are like that. Nintendo still gets most of it's sales from the younger generation, or older-gen throwback's that swear by Nintendo (atleast for their primary franchises). I think the distinction we need to make is "adult video games" and "adult software" as stated in the title. Is Brain age a true video game? Not really, despite it's platform. psudeo adult games would primarily be any game that's software and doesn't deal in adult themes to the least bit like Brain Training, Soduku puzzles, or various software of the type - typical software that most adults would buy, not children.
Back from the dead, I'm afraid.