That's the problem I had. It seems there just arn't many Western T-rated RPG's out there. Any tips on convincing parents? XD
Um, there's worse stuff on TV?
Blood in games is so meh. Violence is meh.
After awhile it just becomes redundant, it's not like it has any psychological effect with someone your age.
Besides, the mere fact that you know and have seen the game means that all the content in it is fine anyway for you.
While what you say is very true it doesn't change how some parents just don't want their kids to play certain games.They believe that violent games will affect their kids to become violent themselves then we will all hear how they blame violent videogames for their kids actions.
Which is why they should look up all the studies that prove otherwise.....
And if violent games made kids violent, then we'd all be screwed. There are millions of COD players, but you don't see millions of teenagers running around with assault rifles shooting up stores.
That's exactly how I think on the issue.There really is no evidence that link violent videogames to kids violent actions.
"Fans who ditch a game because of the exclusion of a language they don't even speak were never fans to begin with."
The link is when there is already a pre-existing mental instability..Violent stimulus is not the cause, but it certainly doesn't help.
And, on the flip side, there is an irrefutable amount of desensatization that occurs as a result of prolonged exposure to extremely violent games...but this is kinda getting off topic.
Here's a list of some Teen-rated (or under) RPGs that suitably meets underneath the required age barriers, as well as filters out most Japanese associations:
Chaotic: Shadow Warriors
DC Universe Online
Dungeon Hunter: Alliance
Dungeon Siege III
Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale
Faery: Legends of Avalon
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2
Of Orcs and Men