- Jul 19, 2009
I don't know. I've been letting my brother play it, and he keeps trying to kill me using V.A.T.S. And he's stared carrying junk food around with him "Just in case"Tdc2182 said:I generally think that a kid really is mature enough to play an M-rated game much earlier than 17.
I just bought my little brother Fallout: New Vegas. He hasn't killed anyone that I know of yet. In fact, he's been in a very good mood.
Really? I didn't know that, I'd actually expected it to be the opposite.Frehls said:Yes. All media in the US is self-regulated, save for straight up porn. They can even buy a ticket for their kid and let them go in by themselves. The problem is that games, being new and "scary", garner the most attention and are attacked in various ways. Had the supreme court not shot down that California bill a while back, video games would be the only media restricted by the US government, and would not have first amendment protection.Olrod said:Are parents legally allowed to buy R-18 rated films (or whatever the equivalent would be) for their children at the moment?
Whatever the answer is to that, it should be consistent with the same age ratings for videogames.