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    hi all - can anyone tell me to what extent the "mature content" goes to on the game, and is there a preference or setting you can use so that the game does not show mature content? i have a 12 year old son who really wants it but i am wary with the M rating. what kind of pervs need to make computer animated sex scenes? come on ubisoft, grow up and stop developing games like a coming of age teenager. sheesh.

    any insight would be appreciated. thanks
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    Probably that M rating is because of the hitting people in painfull places. Like down there and throwing them down from a roof. Probably that kind of stuff.
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    Your best bet would be to check this website:
    http://www.esrb.org/ratings/search.jsp

    Right now they do not have AC2 ratings, but come closer to release they will.

    If you're from the UK check this website:
    http://www.pegi.info/en/index/
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    What is wrong with you? If you let you 12 year old son play an M rated game then it´s your problem, not Ubi. If I had a son of that age I would not let him play a videogame with intense violence, blood, sex and strong language (by definition)
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    Originally posted by Cornik22:
    What is wrong with you? If you let you 12 year old son play an M rated game then it´s your problem, not Ubi. If I had a son of that age I would not let him play a videogame with intense violence, blood, sex and strong language (by definition)
    Agreed.


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    So far the things that seem obvious:
    -Blood (though it can be turned off)
    -Language (I'm thinking its going to be worse here than in ac1)
    -Partial Nudity (You see a woman's bare back, or thats the worst we have seen yet in this area..)
    -Strong Violence (its brutal stuff)

    thats about all that I can think of right now...

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    Right. If you don´t want your kid to get access to mature content then don´t buy him mature games. So don´t expect a magic option to turn all the adult stuff off.
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    Originally posted by Cornik22:
    What is wrong with you? If you let you 12 year old son play an M rated game then it´s your problem, not Ubi. If I had a son of that age I would not let him play a videogame with intense violence, blood, sex and strong language (by definition)
    That game would be Grand Theft Auto...

    AC2 won't show any of the actual sex. It will make you press buttons to kiss and undress your girlfriend but after that, it goes into a black screen... Then you may just need to mute your TV/PC...
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    For those of you giving constructive insight, thanks I appreciate it.

    For those of you with their two cents on what I should let me kid play, thank you too, that is what I am posting. I am not a gamer, don't play this game, so was hoping the expertise of you folks would help and it definitely has.

    Of course if I am worried I won't buy it. Personally, I think the M titles are limiting their sales potential for a few jollies, that's all.

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    Here's something you might want to see. An article about the sex scene.
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