#9205134, By SClaw Age Ratings and Responsibilities

  • SClaw 5 Dec 2012 16:29:55 826 posts
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    War toys have always been sold to kids. I can't blame Halo for trying to cash in on that market. It's not telling kids to play the game, but I agree there is a contributing factor.

    As a related anecdote… my brother was dead against guns and such when he had his son, so banned any such violent presents. My nephew grew up with mostly wooden toys and science stuff.. So, sixteen years later, he… joined the army (pure infantry; none of that knowing shit for him!) and went off shooting people. Something went wrong there.
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