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41 Comments | Add Yours
I think that as long as they know violence is not okay in real life. What i have a problem with is games that make women look either helpless and games that put women in the skimpiest outfit possible. It's teaching young boys that it's okay to think of girls and women this way, when its not. If the government is going to focus on video games of all things, they should at least make an effort to stop games from making characters such as this.
by cityduck on 2/4/2013 9:02:34 AM
no no no no no! i played grand theft auto every day when i was 8 up until my PS3 broke when i was 10! im no more violent than the next girl! now i play red dead redemption on xbox. i watched Saw IV. i've never been in a fight though, unlike lots of girls at my school who were sheltered from video violence. its stupid! thats like saying commercials for Walgreens cause drug overdoses!
by emroxlol on 7/17/2012 5:34:35 AM
I WATCH RATED R MOVIES
I'm no longer innocent but I'm not a crazed blood thirsty maniac either
by Firefox101 on 5/3/2012 1:13:19 AM
Really? All They Do Is Shoot And Stuff Thats All That Halo Requires.
by Eddy Kala on 1/7/2012 8:48:12 PM
it depends on the maturity level of the kid and the parents.I do think that the kids parent should have to be there when purchasing M games.
by rememberme239 on 7/27/2011 9:32:52 PM
My parents dont let us have some of those games in our house but some of my friends brothers who are only 10 are playing gory violent games and ones with suggestive explicit stuff and I cant see how their minds arent affected by seeing that stuff as much as they do. Its probably addicting for a lot of them for many reasons and I think its wrong to let kids who are so young see and play games with prostitutes, half naked women and so much killing.
by luckykel on 7/21/2011 12:00:30 AM
It really depends on the maturity level and how easily influenced the kid is. If they can handle video games that are explicit and gory, then there shouldn't be any problems.
by jo_crox on 7/20/2011 9:53:55 PM
im with the 2
by AnimalHugger1000 on 7/20/2011 1:18:11 AM
i think it's up to the parents because even if you think you can handle the vilonce, it slowly changes you. i know people who were super nice and played video games like that and are now really angry and mean. take my brother for example. and he's 10. or my cousin age 19.
by happygoluckycharms on 7/9/2011 5:55:57 PM
I thinks its the parent's decision. Some kids mature more than others, so they can handle the gory, explicit stuff, some can't. But I wouldn't let like a 10 year buy those gory stuff....it all depends. But I dont think the government should band it all together tho.
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