ESRB gives the rundown on what to expect when you pick up the next Call of Duty this fall.
And here I was hoping for an E10+.
You would think COD is rated E10+ with all the darn kids that play it online
You seem upset that kids are playing video games. Think about that for a sec...
I wish this would help from letting kids buying it :-/ Maybe parents should actually look at the games rating before buying it for their child/children
We all know it's Treyarch and any other company that make M-rated titles responsibility to care of other people's children and not the parents themselves.
More liks Rated "M' for "My mommy bought me this".
COD = Children's Online Daycare. No matter how much controversial stuff they try to pack in every cod. Children are their life source.
So you play it too? I will give credit where it is due though. "Children's Online Daycare" is a lot more creative than Call of doody. Your definitely ahead of your peers. You might even be fast tracked to second grade at this rate ;)
I thought the M stood for, "Majin-vageta is a huge troll" I must be mistaken.
Its crazy how many children play games like this at a young age.. But who am i kidding, i was ripping heads off in MK1 when i was young too.. Shooting ppl in the head & realistic movements kinda desensitizes them to violence tho.. Im sure its a lot easier for someone to pull out a pistol & shoot someone having played the hell out of games like this than someone who didnt..
exactly, who didn't play Goldeneye or conkers bad fur day when they were a kid.
Good idea to put parents off buying it: On the front cover show a nude, tortured man with his brains dripping down the wall as blood trickles down his cold body. I don't see why they don't do this!
No thats fine, as long as theres no boobs or drugs aparently lmao
How suggestive are we talking here? And what use may I have for these drugs?
=O!! oh no, not drugs, why oh why would you put drugs in a game where you shoot people in the head!!!, oh my god not the drugs!!! lol
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