Topic: I don't want to live on this planet anymore.

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Dark_Oddy_Rises wrote:

I have a friend that uses that meme quite often, but somehow it's always appropriate.

it may be that your friend is stupid and not the parents. it happens.

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I don't see whats the problem here.
The kid wants to play a real game, not a baby nintendo game.
I think he made a fine choice.

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MadAussieBloke wrote:

Did he say Ninja GAYden or Ninja GUYden?


Love that movie! Anyways, not a fan of '3D' Gaiden. His father should get him an NES with the original Gaiden and possibly throw in II: Sword of Chaos. Teach him seem real Ninja skills with zero blood and guts to match, which obviously isn't suitable for a blippin' 6 year old. geezie weezies.

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Haha, there's the average modern parent for you!

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This is hardly a problem. So long as the dad is a capable of properly teaching his son that violence is only okay in video games, it shouldn't do him any harm. I was playing Mortal Kombat, Robocop Vs Terminator, and Goldeneye when I was little, and I don't know about you guys, but I haven't had the urge to murder anyone lately.

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I had a next-door neighbor that allowed his 4 year old to play GTA. While I certainly agree that not all parents are clueless, a fair amount of them are. I make sure I know what my kids are playing.

Swiket wrote:

I saw grown men watch My Little Pony more than once.

That's grounds for execution in my humble but accurate opinion.



when i was 7 i remember watching ninja movies, hell my dad took me to watch them at the theater. i also had ninja toys. then my parents bought me real nunchucks and real throwing stars. i was playing ninja gaiden games on nes too. to me i dont see whats wrong. im 32 now, i havent had the urge to stab anyone with a sword so far...i must have let my parents down, its clear to see their mission was to train me to assassinate the world. mom, dad, im sorry your son is a failure.

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the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)


^ The point is, that the content in Ninja Gaiden 3 isn't appropriate for a 7 year old (it's rated M for a reason). With that said, I think it's very rude of the others here to assume the guy's a bad parent (we have no idea if he actually got the game for his son, and if he did, he may have sat down and explained things with his son and/or played it with him).

I'll also say (from your very own examples) is that you can't compare NES Ninja Gaiden to PS3 Ninja Gaiden in terms of adult content, and it also depends on what ninja movies you saw as a kid (if, for example, they were Ninja Turtle movies, again, incomparable).


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