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Icanty

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So im planning on buying Bayonetta 2. Ive already fangasmed when I saw the gameplay and the new hairstyles. If there is DLC will it be age restricted im 14 right now and i bought the first bayonetta game when i was 10 and i loved it!!!!! if its age restricted can i get my parents to bypass it or whatever. I really want to buy this game and if the downloadable content is age restricted, IM GOING TO BE SO MAD!!!!

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DarkEdi

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M games are not for kids.

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castlezelda

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Icanty wrote:

So im planning on buying Bayonetta 2. Ive already fangasmed when I saw the gameplay and the new hairstyles. If there is DLC will it be age restricted im 14 right now and i bought the first bayonetta game when i was 10 and i loved it!!!!! if its age restricted can i get my parents to bypass it or whatever. I really want to buy this game and if the downloadable content is age restricted, IM GOING TO BE SO MAD!!!!

Learn to have Patience, its "I want, I need, I gotta have, give me, I downloaded/bought this game but have to have the DLC also" blah, blah, blah. Its rated M for a reason. If you ask your parents and they bypass this "Age Restriction" then not very good parents, its "Age Restricted for a reason, have patience.

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Tim_Slim

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If you ask your parents and they bypass this "Age Restriction" then not very good parents

What a silly thing to say. With manners like that, you dont have very good parents either.

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castlezelda

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Tim_Slim wrote:

castlezelda wrote:

If you ask your parents and they bypass this "Age Restriction" then not very good parents

What a silly thing to say. With manners like that, you dont have very good parents either.

With manners like that...those manners that you speak of are the truth. Whats with kids now a days I want, I need, I gotta have, givit, give me, I want it now, buy this now" one thing...Rude and You might be "silly" to say, but its "I want, I need, I gotta have" me...me...me... if a parent well my parents, if i was 10 or `4 again and wanted them to buy me a M-rated game, they would say "No, wait until your 18, it won't kill you, just have patience" Why lie on a age restriction, it's for a reason.

When I was 11 or 12 ('91 pr '92) I first played Mortal Kombat at my neighbor's house but I didn't care or want that game or didn't want a Sega Genesis either.

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Tim_Slim

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you played Mortal Kombat when you were 11 or 12?

So whoes got terrible parents, you or the kid whose house you played it at?

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Aviator

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What a silly thing to say. With grammar like that, you don't have very good parents either.

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DualWielding

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Actually M means people under 17 require permission of their parents to get the game... there is a higher rating AO (Adults only) that means that children should not be allowed to play the game even if the parents consent, but that rating is normally only giving to games that are straight up interactive porn

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Tim_Slim

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Aviator wrote:

What a silly thing to say. With grammar like that, you don't have very good parents either.

If your parents make you sit grammar classes with them, you must not have very good parents, either

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Chris720

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Tim_Slim wrote:

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What a silly thing to say. With grammar like that, you don't have very good parents either.

If your parents make you sit grammar classes with them, you must not have very good parents, either

No, I'd say they're good parents, because they care about your life and your grammar.

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Tim_Slim

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care about your life and grammar.

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Chris720

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They obviously never cared about yours...

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Glad to see everyone so helpful toward one another!

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