Lucky wrote:I have no idea and I don't care. As far as i know, I have never played an AO game. As I said, I think an M rating can work. However, the point is not that this should be this or that. My point is the Dev team should be free to give us their vision of the wasteland without a filter. After all this game is for adults, not kids. If the Dev team sees no use for heads exploding like blood sausages or anything else that might bring on the AO then that is their call not mine.
Here is an idea, why don't you post a reply with what you would like to see instead of nitpicking at what others would like and if you want a Teen rating then just say so.
Bro, next time, take a second to acquaint yourself with the subject before posting. There are only 21 games rated AO. All but one of them (Manhunt 2, which was torture porn) has that rating solely because of incredibly graphic sex. Exploding heads are in everything--they're even in Fallout 3
. Graphic dismemberment has appeared in the Soldier of Fortune games
. You could gib kids
in Fallout 1 (M) and Baldur's Gate (T). The Postal series contains acts of violence and depravity far beyond anything anyone
has expressed a desire to see in WL2, and every one of its games is rated M anyway.
If you lobby for AO, you're lobbying for hardcore sex scenes--and possibly for Manhunt 2-style torture porn, depending on whether ESRB is testing its political power. Know this. If you don't think that would be a good idea, then stop arguing about it.