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And if it is?

Parents are responsible for the media to which their children get exposed.

The free market is responsible for the success or failure of a blatantly discusting (yes I know it is the wrong spelling) game.
 

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I don't buy into the whole "video games damage the pysche" argument. Only an already disturbed mind would have the trouble differentiating between a video game (no matter how gruesome) and the real world. It's just not the same thing.

That said, I do think there are games out there that parents shouldn't let their kids play, but not because it's gonna turn them into serial killers.
 

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The legislation against vid games is a joke, EVERYWHERE I have ever seen kids buying/trying to buy an "M"-rated game, they were carded, and many left with no game.

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Also, I agree it's up to the parents...and if the kid plays it at a friends, or sees an r-movie, etc, do what my folks did...Sit me down, talk to me, and explain!

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