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How many people here under the age of 10 play castle crasher

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I'm not 10 anymore, but when i was like 9-10 i played halo 2... and runescape (my bro got me into that)... any Halo is worse than CC, i actually remember playing a game similar to CC with my brothers on the PS1 or N64 when i was like 5-6

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I'm 14, my parents know I'm playing this, they also know I'm playing X-Men Origins: Wolverine and they also knew I was playing Diablo games from age 6 and I still am. The list goes on, parents today don't care what their kids are playing as long their happy and like their parents for it. The only game I'm not allowed to play is Grand Theft Auto depending on the version but I never liked that series anyways. Early today I was playing against some one that sounded like he was 9, and black (No racism intended) and I lucked out and beat him, now here's the thing. I know im bad at juggling and I can barely keep it up for a bit because im just to lazy to remember what button to hit next for the combination, and this kid knew it well. It was a 1v1v1 match and the other two we're fighting so I decided to stay out of it and not get caught up in his juggling, by the time he was done killing him he was low and since I was the blue knight I spammed my magic, when he hit the floor it was magic jump him immediantly. He sent me a message saying im trash, a conversation went on he said a TON of mom jokes. then he got so mad for losing one match he invited me to another game, beat me twice which I knew he could do and during it all he kept going "Oh the little baby girl is getting hit" when I did hit him he would go "you want a cookie? You want a cookie? The little baby girl wants a cookie" even though I was laughing at how much of a retard he sounded int he voice, I beat him and hes like "That was my little brother playing" Then he beat me again and was making even more stupid remarks I asked him if he knew what GPA standed for he goes "I do but if I told you then you would know" I asked him what his GPA is he said "I'm not gunna tell you" I told him what GPA is and hes like "Back" even though he was moving hes like "Anyways it means Grade point average" I said "I just told you that" hes like "No I was washign my hands when you said it" All in all he was saying I had no life.

Wall of text, sorry.

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Unless its porn related (Which is always a secret), im mature enough and smart enough to play any game honestly.

14 By the way.

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The list goes on, parents today don't care what their kids are playing as long they're happy and like their parents for it.

interesting take on the subject!

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Hmm, good question, feedle, but as a 19 year old, and with a slightly clouded memory, all I can say is the most violent game I played as a kid was probably the Castlevania series (save #2, Simon's Quest, thank God).

To Mc Bankington, you have felt the wrath of the "ghetto playa", a breed of gamer who speaks in pure ghetto trash yet is also a bloody idiot. The best combat for this breed is to laugh at them and never show anger towards them. The more you find them funny for being a jerk towards you, the more angry they get for not getting to you. You also have to tell them they are a BK, they don't like being called acronyms they don't know. :P

Also, GPS can also stand for Global Positioning System (the TomTom's), don't forget that! If you told him Grade Point Average, then he said that, you can counter with "No, it actually stands for Global Positioning System", just to cheese him off more. :P

I'm setting a bad example, aren't I? :lol:

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The list goes on, parents today don't care what their kids are playing as long their happy and like their parents for it.

You know, that may be true though I like my parents just as much if they don't buy me a game. ;)

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i belive this should just move to off-topic and remove the castle crasher on the title

honestly what do you consider more violent this or hominid... id say this though hominid has some moments. Thats why i picked this thread

but back on topic

well im just wondering how many people play this game under the age of 10 because it sounds like alot of kids online... i let my son play and hes almost 5

I know kids will be kids and sneak on this and that etc.... watch porn, steal, fight, play with knives, play with fire etc...

your parents bought the game for you and let you do what you want?

First game that gave me a reality check was ghost n gobblins in the arcade

Never seen anything like that before and going to church as a wee lad made me scared of the devil.. so when time came that was the game that brought me to the dark side... that and mortal kombat 1 or that other fighting game with the praying mantis which cuts off arms .. time fighters or something weird?

Anyhow i got nothing wrong with kids playing games just my son when he plays wants to play online with my account and i dont really like that because id rather him play with a younger crowd.

again im almost 31 so understand where im coming from as a gamer and a father

ill let him play hominid and castle crashers but nothing like manhunt etc..

the first over 18 game i think that was a public delema was thrill kill.. i know theres older games like custers revenge etc..

but the only thing which really warrents this game as m is the blood and decaputation right?

bottom line is what makes this any different from monty python and the holy grail black knight fight... understand what im getting at?

Comparing that to say a video from executions etc...

I think theres a fine line between violent and ultra violent

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I was playing halo when I was 8 and all that influenced was a likeing of aleins.

By the way, I am 13

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I was playing halo when I was 8 and all that influenced was a likeing of aleins.

By the way, I am 13

i dont find halo that violent.. i mean the guns and shooting etc.. same with call of duty games.. theres no arms or guts hanging out etc..

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Yea, It's not that gory, but the one RPG that I played when I was 5-6 was like Castle Crashers with worse graphics, but more gore...

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Wow, are Feedle and I the only ones old enough to drink (I'm 21) on the forums? I run into a lot of kids durning the day but at night I think they are either asleep or don't have their mics on and for good reason. My 5 year old cousin has been playing Halo 3, Call of Duty, and Gears of War since he was 3. My aunt lets him play because he was always watching his older brother play and then he started complaining that he wanted to play too. Both of his parents let him play because it keeps him quite and now his brother has to share. The only game my aunt has not let them play is GTA but thats about it.

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I don't know if this helps but if you want Feedle i'll play with your son. I try not to swear and I'm not violent. I'll just let him do what he wants and help him out.

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I don't know if this helps but if you want Feedle i'll play with your son. I try not to swear and I'm not violent. I'll just let him do what he wants and help him out.

Ill add you...

see how it goes..

well the thing is i play with him offline and he gets mad because he sees me talking ot my friends etc and wants to put on the headset and i let him then he doesnt say much..

i mean i let him play halo 3 when im playing online or some other games and he looses interest very easily...

the only game hes really decent at as aegis wing... but then again i let him attach

thats the thing most people invite me to games and dont realize i got a son wanting to play any time i turn on the xbox he wants in the action... i get him a gold account its going to do nothing but cause trouble

not because of his age or how he acts but hes just learning

but its funny hes extremely good at peggle, loves alien hominid and castle crashers

and helps me out playing n+

i feel like hes carrying the torch for me now :>

its just weird playing online and people say wow you have kids etc....

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I've played Left 4 Dead and Halo 3 with people that have children before.

Fun Fact: Expert mode on Dead Air is apparently really hard if your 5 year old stands in front of the TV.

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Fun Question: GEE I wonder what the sign-up check box saying ''I am exactly 13 years of age or over'' means?

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I was playing halo when I was 8 and all that influenced was a likeing of aleins.

By the way, I am 13

i dont find halo that violent.. i mean the guns and shooting etc.. same with call of duty games.. theres no arms or guts hanging out etc..

Its like paint ball since they bleed blue.

No one reallly complains that much on halo. It is certainly not the clusters revenge of the 360

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well im 14 so really i dont care and why do you care???

theres nothing wrong with that

i honestly think the game should be rated teen but thats my opinion not the usb whatever

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Feedle don't ever let your son play Halo online with a mic. Don't worry, your not the only family gamer. A couple of them have been spotlighted and thats why they keep posting family game night on xbox.com. I think gamers are getting younger and younger because the games are easier (although oddly enough the controls are more complex) than the old 2D arcade machines. I remember watching my dad play Resident Evil and leaving whenever I was too scared. I helped him all the time with puzzles and he made sure I was there for every boss fight.

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Feedle don't ever let your son play Halo online with a mic. Don't worry, your not the only family gamer. A couple of them have been spotlighted and thats why they keep posting family game night on xbox.com. I think gamers are getting younger and younger because the games are easier (although oddly enough the controls are more complex) than the old 2D arcade machines. I remember watching my dad play Resident Evil and leaving whenever I was too scared. I helped him all the time with puzzles and he made sure I was there for every boss fight.

i only let my son play with people i know if they will let me

but he gets right into the games and pretends to tell me how to beat things etc

its quite funny actually...

i started playing arcade games at the age of 3 mind you donkey kong jr was hard as hell but the games have evolved to a point where i never dreamed of an arcade game looking as good as a system game.

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