Call of Duty - (COD 5) World at War. PS2 ----£14.69 ---- ARGOS Instore / Online - HotUKDeals
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Call of Duty - (COD 5) World at War. PS2 ----£14.69 ---- ARGOS Instore / Online

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#1
Can anyone explain to me why this should be an age 16 on the PS2 but a 15 on other more graphically capable platforms (XBox/PS3). Seems odd to me!
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rheumatoid;6131461
Can anyone explain to me why this should be an age 16 on the PS2 but a 15 on other more graphically capable platforms (XBox/PS3). Seems odd to me!



Curious I agree, though the version on the more advanced platforms is a BBFC 15 certificate, the 16 rating on this is more of an advisory tool.
#3
Doesn't matter anyway: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8219438.stm

Retailers who sell violent video games and 18-rated DVDs to children cannot be prosecuted because of a legal blunder 25 years ago.

Dozens of prosecutions under a 1984 Act have been dropped because the government of the day failed to notify the European Commission about the law.
#4
MBeeching
Curious I agree, though the version on the more advanced platforms is a BBFC 15 certificate, the 16 rating on this is more of an advisory tool.


Thanks, a difference in rating system might explain it
#5
oneeyedvic;6132215
Doesn't matter anyway: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8219438.stm

Retailers who sell violent video games and 18-rated DVDs to children cannot be prosecuted because of a legal blunder 25 years ago.

Dozens of prosecutions under a 1984 Act have been dropped because the government of the day failed to notify the European Commission about the law.


It's true, but I disagree that it leads to retailers taking a morally wrong stance on the issue.
http://www.mcvuk.com/news/35550/Age-ratings-system-in-disarray
#6
I've just picked one up and it says 'Final Fronts' on the front. not sure whther its any different to the other but I expect my son will let me know if its wrong!

R.
banned#7
got this for a tenner from blockbuster agessss ago (for my gfs brother) brand new so would be cold back then. but as The Doc hasnt returned from the Wild West yet I suppose this is hot now!

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