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Melanie Killen, Ph.D., a professor at the University of Maryland who has pushed for laws that govern the sale of video games, disagrees that the ESRB rating system is working. She says 9-year-olds are playing games like Bulletstorm and that there is no real enforcement.
... facepalm ... Are parents no longer responsible for their children? or am I just reading that wrong... please tell me I'm reading it wrong.
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Yeah sadly so. The more I read news articles of M rated games corrupting today's youth the more I wonder about the purchasing power of prepubescent kids these days. When I was nine I can safely say that I didn't have sixty plus dollars in my pocket for a new game. Maybe parents should you know play the part and not give their children things that may upset them.
That and some people are just too ****ing stupid to be alive. I've been watching R-rated movies since I was 2 and playing games since I was 4. That's 25 and 23 years(respectively) and have yet to even visit the drunk tank.
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