Activisions needs to start banning the 12-17 year olds.

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User Info: y0urm0msBF

y0urm0msBF
4 years ago#1
Yes it will only be 10% of players left but it will be mature players at least.

This is an 18+ game.

They could do the banning from just looking at the emblems. It usually shows who is 18+ and who is not.

I will probably buy Far Cry 3 cos it got a Map Editor and a more mature audience.
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User Info: fatclemenza

fatclemenza
4 years ago#2
TC just turned 18 and thinks he's an adult
He's a well respected man about town,
Doing the best things so conservatively

User Info: ICantNameGud

ICantNameGud
4 years ago#3
As we all know single player games are the best substitute for online gaming. And it barely needs to be mentioned that god will smite you dead if you play more than one game at once.
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Cornbread4life
4 years ago#4
good trolls don't have 3 identical topics on the front page.
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User Info: BeastLeeAdams

BeastLeeAdams
4 years ago#5
Actually it's 17+.....at least where I live. Also any game that shows breasts during its first major reveal is not really mature, neither is trying use another games success as their own. For instance their tag line is: like Skyrim with guns. That is Fallout. If I was Bethesda I would have stepped in and said something.

User Info: ernie2cool

ernie2cool
4 years ago#6
BeastLeeAdams posted...
Actually it's 17+.....at least where I live. Also any game that shows breasts during its first major reveal is not really mature, neither is trying use another games success as their own. For instance their tag line is: like Skyrim with guns. That is Fallout. If I was Bethesda I would have stepped in and said something.


Its a quote from a review and was used in advertisements also here on Gamefaqs (my Adblock didnt work one day so I saw it).

User Info: DougEInstructor

DougEInstructor
4 years ago#7
or you could just mute them

User Info: Draconilian

Draconilian
4 years ago#8
I've been playing CoD since I was 14. And I have never been immature over the mic, never insulted anyone else (over the mic, under my breath sure) and I don't make immature emblems. You'd never know my age.
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User Info: L4ndoGr1ff1n

L4ndoGr1ff1n
4 years ago#9
y0urm0msBF posted...
Yes it will only be 10% of players left but it will be mature players at least.

This is an 18+ game.

They could do the banning from just looking at the emblems. It usually shows who is 18+ and who is not.

I will probably buy Far Cry 3 cos it got a Map Editor and a more mature audience.


Do you really believe that only gamers under the age of 18 are capable of creating perverted and bigoted emblems ?

User Info: KabtheMentat

KabtheMentat
4 years ago#10
Ban everyone under 30 IMO.
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