Ironic right? Shooting everyone in sight and nudity....but God forbid you say number 11, even though most characters in single player can't go a sentence without it. --- GT: *-MissAuroa-*~Xbox One/\*-Varaza-*~Xbox 360 Beach selfie time-http://i.imgur.com/RhjxIxX.jpg
Not to mention "Social Club" is off limits. I guess so people can't bash R* using their own game.
I always found it hilarious that I can't use profanity in a text, but NPCs can text me "you'll be on a slab soon, M*therF*cker" all day long.
Also, if I go around cussing people out using non-stop profanity and slurs such as f*ggot (not that I do or would) I can be mic banned, but the cops do exactly that to us for hours on end. How I wish I could get THOSE trolls mic banned.... --- it's only the end of the world again
It makes perfect sense. Just because the game is rated M doesn't mean all of it's players deserve to be rated as M as well, because clearly many players aren't mature at all. One less thing to abuse.
I don't need all of these colorful words being sent to me just because some lame started something they couldn't finish, and didn't know how else to vent their anger. It's just a game. --- X360 Gamertag: BiggLaw4 -Currently playing- GTA5 Popular opinion and fact are not the same thing. Think for yourself.
Plus - language is one thing, context is another. the logic doesn't apply to GTA V, where it steps a little bit into everything, but in a standard M-rated game, saying "oh, f***" is fine whereas a 12-year old character explicitly saying that he "f***ed my mother last night" probably wouldn't get past the censor.
So it makes little sense for the game to allow that same thing happen within it's capabilities. --- http://i.imgur.com/3NIMxGK.gif GT - Vanessa Magick