T-Rated = Sh!* Fest


Ha Ha Ha he called the sh!* poop…well not anymore he won’t.  For all the parents out there who think that it is safe to buy your kids T-rated games for their video game system, you are wrong.  At least you are if you do not want your kids hearing “shit” on a regular basis. John Davison, a game journalist, did research on T-rated games after which he made the following statement:

If you’re sensitive to profanity, and to words like “s**t” specifically, then Teen-rated games are not going to be safe territory. While you won’t ever hear “f**k” (or any variations of it) in a Teen game, unless it’s bleeped-out as it is in UFC Undisputed, you will hear plenty of words like “a**,” “b*tch,” “p**s,” “d**n,” body part terms like “d**k,” and “t*ts”, and variations on cuss words that include “hell” or references to god.

Consider this the warning for all those virgin ears out there, and protective parents.  Apparently someone, somewhere decided it was time for your teenagers to grow up, by dumbing down the vocabulary they encounter.  Let me just say, A+ idea for whoever decided that was ok.  Just one more thing for video games to get ragged on for now. Geez, thanks.

About MPG_SpeakerfortheDead

John Roberts has been training in martial arts for 12 years, and is currently a 3rd degree black belt in American Karate. Through the years he has trained in Tae Kwan Do, CDT, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu, Krav Maga, and KFM. Most recently he has also had the chance to do training with Ricardo Liborio and his American Top Team. Along with his years in the martial arts, John also has a bachelor's degree with a major in fine arts and a minor in philosophy. He enjoys first-person shooters in his free time.
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