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Would you let your children play MW2?

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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
mine play it his 15
#2
Depends how old
#3
Yes and I do, my boys are 13 and 15, very level headed and if we ever see a change in them due to the game then we would disallow it. At the end of the day it is a cartoon, with cartoon blood and gore.
#4
nope.
banned#5
bitseylango
Yes and I do, my boys are 13 and 15, very level headed and if we ever see a change in them due to the game then we would disallow it. At the end of the day it is a cartoon, with cartoon blood and gore.


So is hentai:?
#6
JayIce
nope.


Playing the first couple of levels, if I had children. Probably not, because of one level, bit extreme.
#7
yes, if they are going to become international terrorists then I hardly think a computer game will be the thing that tips them over the edge.
#8
FilthAndFurry
So is hentai:?


:whistling:
#9
FilthAndFurry
So is hentai:?


would help if I knew what that was :thumbsup:

cheers just googled it and that is totally different
#10
Hell No!!!

When would i play then?
#11
We have four, 13,15,16,18
All our kids respect our decision not to allow them to play/watch films beyond their limits.
Also applies to drink and alcohol ;)
#12
I havent got any kids (i'm 17), but if i had kids i would. from personal experiance, younger kids wouldnt watch or understand any of the cut scenes in between levels. they wouldnt understand they were killing civilians - just baddies without guns.
#13
Definitely not, classifications are there for a good reason
#14
i think its up to the parents i know my kids know the difference between video games and real life
#15
choc1969
Definitely not, classifications are there for a good reason


+1
#16
JayIce
We have four, 13,15,16,18
All our kids respect our decision not to allow them to play/watch films beyond their limits.
Also applies to drink and alcohol ;)


then I respect that as your decision:thumbsup:
#17
I might if i got the chance but the copy for the pc i got from coolshop WONT INSTALL
what do i do:cry:
banned#18
choc1969
Definitely not, classifications are there for a good reason


Have you ever met anyone from the BBFC?:whistling:

They're at best an indication - ultimately the parent/guardian should make an informed decision.
#19
if your kid is going to go out raping, murdering setting off nuclear weapons etc etc because of a game then it really isn't the games fault that your kids are seriously mental.
#20
miffy121;6858956
I might if i got the chance but the copy for the pc i got from coolshop WONT INSTALL
what do i do:cry:


Thank your lucky stars ;-)
#21
ants97
if your kid is going to go out raping, murdering setting off nuclear weapons etc etc because of a game then it really isn't the games fault that your kids are seriously mental.


i agree
#22
ants97
if your kid is going to go out raping, murdering setting off nuclear weapons etc etc because of a game then it really isn't the games fault that your kids are seriously mental.


agreed :thumbsup:
#23
choc1969
will they take it back though?
#24
I wouldn't normally bother tbh but after playing the airport level then I'd have to say no.
#25
Well i played it last night with my 15 year old, we played battle mode against each other - after 5 headshots and beating my head in with a riot shield, i wont let him play it again!!! :whistling:



ps. there is an option of having a less violent/gory game at the start up.
#26
deek72
I wouldn't normally bother tbh but after playing the airport level then I'd have to say no.


That's my thinking too.
#27
well if kids can have sex education, have careers advice and talk about drugs at the age of 5 then i believe they can make informed decisions what is right/ wrong
it's only a game
#28
miffy121;6858997
choc1969
will they take it back though?


they've had nothing but bad press on here hun :?

as the company is registered in Denmark you may have a hard job returning it or getting any help via Trading Standards
1 Like #29
Charlie Scene;6859050
Well i played it last night with my 15 year old, we played battle mode against each other - after 5 headshots and beating my head in with a riot shield, i wont let him play it again!!! :whistling:



ps. there is an option of having a less violent/gory game at the start up.


I thought you were a teenager :oops:
#30
No...
1 Like #31
miffy121
I might if i got the chance but the copy for the pc i got from coolshop WONT INSTALL
what do i do:cry:


first get returns number and if you getany problems threaten them with customs and excise
lots of ppl having problems as the software is not for uk sale check your box!!!!

and for kids no way theres one scene when you absailing down a cliff and you slit someones throat you see his eyes as he die's in your arms ..love that bit but too much for kids:thumbsup:

good luck with coolshop luckly i saw this coming and cancelled and went to tesco
#32
I dont like the idea, which is why my son always nags his dad to take him to Blockbusters! :x
#33
I dont have kids, but I would let them, sure its violent, blood, swearing and the mowing down off hundreds of civilians in an airport..... But if you brought your kids up well, then they would know morals anyway and know that the game was purely for entertainment purposes.
#34
Out of interest, those who have said no......why would you not let, for example, teenagers under the age of 18 play it?
#35
Adam2050
That's my thinking too.


Lol, after charging in, all guns blazing, and realising what was happening, I had to restart the level and take a more 'back seat' approach. Just couldn't do it!
1 Like #36
choc1969
I thought you were a teenager :oops:


lol............(i must come across so immature!) :oops:

i am 34 (great age) Choc :thumbsup:
#37
I cant see the problem with it too be honest

although parents know their kids well enough to know if they can play it or not
#38
Bigpoppaad;6859104
I dont have kids, but I would let them, sure its violent, blood, swearing and the mowing down off hundreds of civilians in an airport..... But if you brought your kids up well, then they would know morals anyway and know that the game was purely for entertainment purposes.


yup
#39
Charlie Scene
lol............(i must come across so immature!) :oops:

i am 34 (great age) Choc :thumbsup:


Yeah, I remember it well!
#40
Bigpoppaad
I dont have kids, but I would let them, sure its violent, blood, swearing and the mowing down off hundreds of civilians in an airport..... [COLOR="Red"]But if you brought your kids up well, then they would know morals anyway [/COLOR]and know that the game was purely for entertainment purposes.


:-D exactly

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