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Initial post: 13 Mar 2010 12:18:22 GMT
frankiecat says:
I want to buy this for my 12 year old (going on 15) but I note it is 18 certificate. Can I control the output and is it suitable for a young boy? Wld love your input

Posted on 13 Mar 2010 15:17:01 GMT
Sapien says:
The answer is in the certificate. It's 18 for a reason. If you are at all a decent parent, don't give in to your child just because his mates have it.

Posted on 13 Mar 2010 19:48:54 GMT
Glenak says:
I dont get this. When your son decides to do something rash you'll say it was the game's influence. But then the game clearly says 18. Not 10. Why are you giving ur kid a game certified for 18 year olds? And he's 12! If he was 17 or 16 I wouldn't mind. But 12??
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