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#388 - uglychino (07/26/2013) [-]
When I was a kid, I played as a spy who strangled hundreds of people, played as a girl that would time to time get torn apart by zombies, and games where I had to drive cars and crash them into other players, but I could not get a game that let's me **** hookers in a van till I was 15. Wtf parents.
User avatar #387 - amuro (07/26/2013) [-]
i used to work since i was 11 years old.

So, my mother -dad passed away when i was 5- never brought me anything.

I saved to buy my PS2 when i was 14. Been said that, this post is meaningles to me.
#386 - xoyv (07/26/2013) [-]
but no, it CAN'T be the fault of the parents, for they are pure and innocent!

therefor we must direct our attention to things that may or may not contribute to the problem with today's youth
#347 - anonymous (07/26/2013) [-]
User avatar #346 - scootalooisyourgod (07/26/2013) [-]
I think my first M-Rated was Fable II, I played the **** out of that
User avatar #338 - greenzeopoweranger **User deleted account** (07/26/2013) [-]
my fav game i liked to play when i was younger was GTA 3 and GTA vice city
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User avatar #318 - JmanOfIsrael (07/25/2013) [-]
Lol thought this was Batman.
#317 - lionti ONLINE (07/25/2013) [-]
Because Australia is ****** up on this top we only just got state of decay because it needed to go through ******** regulations and laws before it was deemed "Safe" for the public. I don’t know what the gaming board expects from us. Do they really think you can kill a zombie by ******* hugging it?, asking it to leave you alone? Its ******* ridiculous when an adult can’t even by an adult game.
#260 - tiredandhungry (07/25/2013) [-]
my mum buying me GTA when I was 15 totally made me want to run over scores of Hare Krishnas
User avatar #244 - sinclairr (07/25/2013) [-]
let me spill out my feelings real quickly

Most things that a child receive are not violent in their own nature. Porn, games, movies, etc. it doesn't matter. If it truly effects the child than it was most likely because the child was already heading into a problem time. Games are like salt, they don't create a wound, but they hurt like hell if added to one.
User avatar #207 - raquelian (07/25/2013) [-]
my mom bought me Grand Theft Auto when i was 8, does that make her a bad parent?
#193 - jldragon (07/25/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Video Games and Violence: The quickest way to rustle everyone's jimmies.

These comments are hilariously reactionary despite there not being anything in the works to ban violent video games.... they pretty much gave up trying to censor adult music and video games in the 90s....
#188 - kaycie (07/25/2013) [-]
If you turn into a murderous psychopath after playing a violent video game then there was already an existing mental issue, it wasn't because of the game.    
Don't punish sane people because your kid was a 						******					 up monster from your horrible genes and/or parenting.
If you turn into a murderous psychopath after playing a violent video game then there was already an existing mental issue, it wasn't because of the game.
Don't punish sane people because your kid was a ****** up monster from your horrible genes and/or parenting.
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User avatar #119 - darkangeloffire (07/25/2013) [-]
I never played an M game until I was 14. My first M game was God of War. I turned out pretty fine.
User avatar #23 - kafudamapla (07/25/2013) [-]
I got Def Jam fight for NY on my 10th birthday and I've never been in a fight
User avatar #18 - nimba (07/25/2013) [-]
My parents bought me San Andreas when I was in primary school, didn't do me any harm.
I used to watch all my older brother's movies, like south park on VHS and later hostel and saw on DVD, all that happened was that I saw that violence, when portrayed in a serious, genuinely dangerous way is so much worse than you realise when you see 'kid-friendly' violence, which is too way flippant and hardly shows the consequences.
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