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    People who don't play video games obviously don't know jack S**T about video games. Ever since the 80's, somewhere, usually on the lower left corner on the front OR on the lower right hand side on game cases have a white box with a single letter on it, representing the age the game was made for. If there is an E, that game was meant for every one. IF there is a T, then that game was meant for Teens. And if there is an M, then that game was meant for mature people who could handle Adult themes, such as violence or profanity. The M rating is for 17 year old people or older. Right by the rating letter is also a short list of why that particular game got that rating. For E, it's usually because of fantasy violence in Lego games. T- rated games would normally say blood, And M-rated games would usually list blood, violence, and language. So it really depends on what the kids parents let him see that determines if it's bad for them

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