thats one thing i love about the gb age system on the boxes, they are the same as dvds and parents take that quite seriously my mates older sister refuse to get her 13 year old son dishonored on the basis it has the same 18 age symbol as on the dvds in this country , she said i dont let you watch dvds for over 18s so why would i get you games of the same age rating
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Out of all the issues with Black Ops 2 and Call of Duty in general, children aren't one of them. If you don't want to hear them, mute them. Honestly, I hear just as much whining and ignorance from adults so why put it all on the kids? Secondly, if you don't like someone's play style, counter it (like TC did with the rocket). But once again, camping isn't exclusive to children.
I just find it interesting how a lot of our generation has gone on a crusade to keep kids from playing M rated games. Some of us have become the very prudes who were trying to keep us from playing certain games back in the day. Remember the fuss over Mortal Kombat and Duke Nukem? Even Goldeneye received controversy for the "realistic" violence it portrayed.
Children are not so bad. I use to play Ghost Recon, the original, when I was a wee little lad. And now I'm all grown up, and owning on COD:BO2. Let the kids play in peace, and you will have teammates come Call of Duty 14: The Last War: Ancient Warfare 3: Harden Edition.
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Honestly, I don't mind kids. I just mute them. But I don't mind them cause usually they are garbage at this game like TC said. They can be easily beaten.
As I get older, I find the mute option to be the best feature of the game. I don't want or need to hear 8 years olds swearing, people being racist towards each other, or having to listen to whatever music that person is listening to, swearing at me in a foreign language, not to mention the immediate reaction if their is a girl in the game....it's pathetic.