...having these things called "parents."
Their job is to "supervise" children until they are old enough to make decisions based on their own judgement.
Yes there is!
It goes by the name of Naughty America. Is is what happens when you take "the sims" and pour some "hot coffee" into it. The purpose of this game is to meet other people online, be friends, build relationships and basically, give the player the ability to express the "physical emotions"... digitally. You can purchase furniture, and appartment and clothing. Furthermore users are given the ability to design their character's "assets". Now, if this doesn't M or A rating by the ESRB, we will be seeing alot of concerned parents. Which brings me to my question, how do make sure children don't become exposed to this form of entertainment. Also, does anyone else see any other risky factors that may arise from this game?
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