Like I said it isnt hard to control what a child sees. I can either wait to play the game in question when my kids are away or asleep at night.
My daughter will ask to play certain games and when I tell her no she doesn't ask again, because she knows there is a reason I told her no. And yes I have let my 8 year old play stuff that is technically rated too high for her age (I.E. Resident Evil)
The parents shouldn't be worrying about this and stop ****ing with the creative vision of the developers. If this is what they want to ***** about, then they really need to take a parenting class and learn to control the situation from home instead of forcing views on every other member of the populous.
There are a lot of adult gamers. Especially us 70s and 80s babies. We grew up watching the video game industry blow up to what it is now. So why is it wrong that there is some adult content in games made for adults. If you dont want your 15 year old son to see some boobies (chances are he probably already has) then dont buy him the game. Game stores in the US will ID you for M rated games like they do tobacco or alcohol.
Last edited by BobbyBlunt; 07-06-2012 at 04:55 PM.