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It's too easy for underaged kids to get into the game?
Kids have been playing TF2 without consulting their parents for years, and it is causing them to grow up thinking guns blood and swear words are ok. Shouldn't it be up to parents if their child can play TF2, rather than the kid just downloading for free without consulting them or a test of age? I feel as if the TF2 store page should have a filter so only users of the age 17 and over can view it. I know it wouldn't stop them or remove the ones already in, but it would at least slow them down and help a few parents out with what their children play behind their backs.
Date Posted: Aug 19, 2012 @ 1:07pm