Our kids have been looking forward to Lego: Lord of the Rings for ages. Imagine their disappointment (and our shock) when we found out that it had been rated '12'.
In our family we enforce the age ratings, and so there is a lot of disappointment that they aren't going to be able to play this (even though they have read the books).
Any ideas why it's been rated a '12'? Are they expecting everyone to just ignore the ratings?
I'm also a little confused because at least one of the box photos on the Amazon website has a '7' on it.
Thoughts welcomed. (though please don't criticise us to heavily for enforcing age ratings. It's something we've thought about a lot)