Skyrim, GTA 5 and parental priorities

InEntertainment writes: The moment we saw Pete Hines send a message on his Twitter stating there will be no way to take things out of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, commonly known as a filter, this started a debate that connects many games including the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5.

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TheWolverine2538d ago (Edited 2538d ago )

Well parents shouldn't be buying their "CHILDREN" mature games. Not all children are mature enough for these kinds of games. Hence the "T for Teen" and "M for Mature" on the front cover of the box. Now some kids can perfectly understand its just a game and play certain mature games. But in a game where there is an entire group dedicated to assassinating people, that just isnt for everyone...

kcuthbertson2538d ago


The parents who get upset with Violent video games should put the blame on the parent who buys their 7 year old grand theft auto and uses it as a babysitting tool.

Violent video games are not a problem at all, irresponsible parents are.