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Now that my daughters, my nephew, and all of their friends are hitting the big age 10 mark, I’m getting a lot of questions about video games. “My son really wants Halo for Christmas, but it’s rated M is it too gory for him?”
These are genuinely concerned parents who are not gamers and sadly don’t know their Skyrim from their Gears of War. They’re not necessarily opposed to their kid playing a game with a weapon, they just don’t know why I’d let my kids play Halo at age 10 but perhaps not Gears of War or Mass Effect despite the fact that all three games are rated “M for mature”.
Armed with the knowledge that all parents are different, all kids are different, and that parents know what their kids can and can’t handle, I struggled with a way to explain it to them. Then it hit me... MOVIES!