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As said before, the worst part of the game will be other players. If you're considering this game then she is obviously mature enough to handle the violent themes. Any child who is actually influenced by violent media is either mentally/emotionally unstable or has parents that already don't give a **** about them so they will be trouble later in life anyways.
Not trying to fire up the violence in media debate but I've actually written research papers about it while in college for my Criminology degree. The ignorance gets to me every time.
Anyways, there will be always be those really obnoxious children playing and freaks that creep on her, but, as said before, a mic isn't necessary and mute options are a blessing.
Summary - Yes. She is already 95% of the person she is going to grow into. She can handle people on the internet. If this game affects her identity, everything else in life will anyways. If she can handle high school, she can handle this game.
"They don't think it be like it is, but it do." - Oscar Gamble I play Final Fantasy, Halo, Mario, and Call of Duty. COME AT ME BRO!
Is her first time playing COD.... She usually plays wii games but it caught her attention with the commercial been presented alot on all her favorite channels.... So i got her a 360 + mic from gamestop .... Wondering if ia a bad idea since i already play my first COD when blackops 1 was out..... What u guys think ?
Not to be "that" guy, but...
15 year old girl. MA-Rated game. Common logic dictates that the answer should be "no".