Submitted by cl1983 999d ago | news

Apple changes age rating for NRA's practice range game

Apple this week changed the age rating for the National Rifle Association's target-shooting game NRA: Practice Range. The free iPad and iPhone app, originally rated as appropriate for children 4 years and up, is now rated for children 12 and up, according to iTunes. (Apple, Casual games, Culture, iPad, iPhone, NRA: Practice Range)

ziggurcat  +   999d ago
how it even got approved for ages 4+ is beyond me... and even 12 is a bit too low.
Pushagree  +   999d ago
Well, you are just shooting a target. There is no blood or anything that normally merits a teen rating. Hell, duck hunt is E rated and you are shooting live ducks.
doctorstrange  +   999d ago
iPhones don't kill people. Foxconn does.
TooTall19  +   999d ago
I think I started target shooting when I was 12. I remember taking the gun safety class with all my friends.

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