The parental controls are rarely used apparently. Parents should make the main account and then make a sub-account for the kid. Then make sure all communication is impossible. Let them play but no mic and no messages.
no way mine are stricted, i am 14 and i got a ps3 with U3 for my birthday in november, when i was little i always played on my ps2 and psp, madagascar, rayman,crash bandicoot, racing games, and more, but not shooting games my dad said you are too young i said k and now look BTW, i played airport on crushing with someone that called hamer7208 or something, and my friend. i told them how old are you my friend was fourteen and hammer was 8 we're like WTH how did you get this game, he said he got it on easter..... FROM HIS GRANDDAD hahahahahahaaahha it was so funny
I played with a pair of split screeners not to long ago. They couldn't be no more than 12 but they had me crying with laughter. We were attempting Syria on crushing and it was SO not going well. Instead of sticking close in a pack, these two went every which way and I had to play super medic again to try and keep us alive.
One hell of a Co-op Medic
PSN ID: Pookah23
I don't mind younger kids playing Uncharted, as long as they aren't complete whiners who swear and trash talk for losing.
But seriously, some are ok but most just make me mutemutemute and tauntauntaunt.
Well Teens are still kids but more mature. My parents are close adherents to the ESRB (frustrates me still to this day). I just hate little kids that troll on the mic, act like their real **bleep** when they use cheap tactics (M9 ROF, Quick Boom, Blindfiring, etc.), and don't even help the team and just run around trying to melee.