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#6 - devilofscience
Reply +131
(06/07/2014) [-]
It bugs me that they are cheering the fictional little girl who's trying to buy the M rated game just because she's "breaking gender lines", I mean the fictional old lady is clearly a bitch but in this case she was right to take away the game and I really wish more fictional parents would.
#113 to #6 - anon
Reply 0
(06/08/2014) [-]
But she said video games are for boys, if it was "This game is rated M, you shouldn't play it" then it would be fine.
#102 to #6 - thismustbeseen
Reply +2
(06/08/2014) [-]
> she was right to take away the game

No she wasn't. She doesn't have the right to do that, she's just some stranger. If the girl tries to buy the game, it's the *store* that will stop her because of age.

Also, the woman said "for boys", suggesting that if it was a little boy, then it would have been fine, which is wrong and stupid.
#80 to #6 - anon
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(06/08/2014) [-]
I personally don't think there is anything wrong with playing M games as a kid. I actually agree with tumblr. I think a little girl could be allowed to play halo 4. Why not?
#54 to #6 - unikornking
Reply +1
(06/08/2014) [-]
I'm almost positive tumblr reposted it's own comment, this is REALLY old. Way older than halo 4
#49 to #6 - UberAndrew
Reply +1
(06/08/2014) [-]
I played Conkers Bad Fur Day when I was 5 and turned out fine.

If you have to worry about your child turning out bad because they played an M rated game you failed as a parent. Instead of sheltering your kids from bad things talk to them and teach them what's wrong and right, what they should and shouldn't do, you know, like what parents are suppose to do.

They're going to be exposed to it eventually, might as well teach them how to react to it at an early age.
#81 to #49 - fuzzysixx
Reply +1
(06/08/2014) [-]
>Turned out fine
>On FunnyJunk
#59 to #49 - iridium
Reply +4
(06/08/2014) [-]
That's the parent's call to make. Not every child is going to learn the same way and the parent is not a part of every single experience in the child's life, meaning no matter how well the parent tries to raise their kid, at least some kids will be the kind who really shouldn't be playing M-rated video games at 5 years old.
#47 to #6 - anon
Reply 0
(06/08/2014) [-]
Holy **** this is such a petty comment.
#38 to #6 - WitchKingTroll
Reply +1
(06/08/2014) [-]
In all fairness, virtually nothing about Halo warrants an M-rating save for some blood, a bit of language, and violence. Granted, even that much is a bit over the edge for a six-year-old child, but it would be a ton better than buying a game with hardcore gore and swearing like Grand Theft Auto.   
 That comes when you're twelve
In all fairness, virtually nothing about Halo warrants an M-rating save for some blood, a bit of language, and violence. Granted, even that much is a bit over the edge for a six-year-old child, but it would be a ton better than buying a game with hardcore gore and swearing like Grand Theft Auto.
That comes when you're twelve
#141 to #38 - devilofscience
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(06/08/2014) [-]
Yeah I know, and I know this probably never happened (at the very least not with halo 4), but with all the political ******** that happens about video games these days it bothers me when the hero of the story is a child buying an M rated game especially when the story doesn't benefit from it, I mean seriously put in any other games name (T and below) and its the exact same thing just now she's buying a game reasonable for her age and the old lady is clearly a dick. Don't tell the others.