BeefJack writes: "In case you were never a kid, it needs to pointed out that for much of our lives, parents buy our video games. In most cases, this is a terrifying thing. The simple fact is that most parents know almost nothing about the games that their children ask for. They just go to the store, maybe talk to one of the workers, look at your list, and grab the closest match. I can't even count the number of sports games that I received growing up that were from the wrong year, and I had parents that really tried to get the right games. While this sounds harmless enough, its this lack of information that many people, not only parents have about games that makes censorship such a problem."