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Seriously how come there are many children in COD and Halo online?

#51TwinmoldPosted 11/19/2012 12:25:12 PM
Also, it's not immature to express the viewpoint of not wanting to play with children.


Yes it is. Then again, isn't acting immature and blindly biased your whole shtick?
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#52crynryanPosted 11/19/2012 12:57:10 PM
A few days ago, Xbox Live just hit the age that most of its users are.
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#53CorpseMasherPosted 11/19/2012 1:10:20 PM
Remember when we were kids and we were online playing UT and CS?
#54zinsindettaPosted 11/19/2012 1:12:43 PM
I have not heard any children on Halo 4 yet. Probably because I use party chat or use no mic when I play alone.
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#55RedoverlayPosted 11/19/2012 1:13:10 PM
The gamers can tell us much about the game.
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#56rootbeer121Posted 11/19/2012 1:16:05 PM
50-60% of the Xbox 360 player base are kids under the age of 16, or kids that act like they are under the age of 16. Microsoft wouldn't dare uphold their own rules if it meant losing money. Right now, Xbox is the only reason they're still able to make a profit.
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#57ymdasePosted 11/19/2012 2:02:59 PM
why it is a problem?
let them have fun

and to answer your question
because halo and COD are the greatest FPS series
#58Batistute(Topic Creator)Posted 11/19/2012 2:09:50 PM
rootbeer121 posted...
50-60% of the Xbox 360 player base are kids under the age of 16, or kids that act like they are under the age of 16. Microsoft wouldn't dare uphold their own rules if it meant losing money. Right now, Xbox is the only reason they're still able to make a profit.


Do you have any proof?

Anyway, this topic went to stupid arguments and discussions that are far away from what I intended from this topic. I will close it but I am really curious to see from where did the above poster bring his claimed figures?
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