I saw two little kids asking their father to get the COD Ghosts. So cute to see such young kids ready to kill. lol
You just described the only reason CoD stays on top of the market.
I would never let my kids play COD, supervised or not. They don't really understand the game and all they care about is the on line play. Not, play the game itself.
Go buy some books instead!
I wouldn't want to expose my children to that kind of material until they are mature enough, or until they can buy it for themselves.
Cool you think like me! I will do the same thing when I have kids they won't be able to get it till they are 16+ and have a job because if I am going to be a parent in the future I will NOT have my kid play those games those are not meant for kids too much violence
Even though it's pretty cute for those children asking their dad to buy that game for them, I would not budge in since it's in their best interest not to be exposed to violent content that involves gore and death until they're 16 years of age to play M-rated games unsupervised.
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I would not want a kid playing COD but not for the reasons stated above. Its not the killing and shooting in the game Id be worried about its the people that you encounter online and the trashy things they say that would offend any kid I had more so then them shooting an animated character in a video game.