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Parents' Ultimate Guide to Support our work! Corona Column 3 Use these free activities to help kids explore our planet, learn about global challenges, think of solutions, and take action. Kid reviews for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Common Sense says Bloody military shooter with disturbing cinematic moments. Based on our expert review. Based on reviews. Add your rating. Parents say Kids say Kid, 11 years old June 19, Okay, if you're going to skip over this review because it is written by an 11 year old boy, I can't blame you, but this review is simply my mind about Call of Duty MW3 entirely.
This is going to be a review that proves lots of things that parents say are bad about this game wrong. Let me start by saying that I don't actually own this game, but I have seen most of the campaign and numerous multiplayer videos on YouTube. So I have the general idea of what this game is all about and what is good, ok, and bad for kids in this title. Ok, so many parents say that excessive violence is a problem for their children. Well, of course there's violence in the game, there's no doubt there, but excessive might be pushing it.
This game has death and guns and knives, but remember that in this game, you are a soldier fighting for a good cause[in this case ending World War III and hunting down a madman war leader]. It's not like the characters you play as are bloodthirsty maniacs with an iron will to kill.Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 - Game Movie
There is a good role model in this game named Captain John Price. He is the main protaganist in MW3 and is willing to give his life to end a war driven by a Russian madman. For kids who are mature enough to know what is going on in in the Armed Forces every day, Capt. Price may be a good role model for a mature. They just don't know how this game is really like the horrors in the Middle East today. So yeah, there's violence in this game, but the "violence" is more like an act of valor rather than countlessly slaying people in truly terrible games that deserve an M rating like Grand Theft Auto.
Parents also say that blood squirts and splatters all around the area. The blood in MW3 does not fit this description at all. There is blood, but there is only one or two scenes where blood is excessive. These are in cinematic clips which can be skipped. Also, this whole time I've been talking about the campaign, which is where this game mostly gets its M rating.Interrogation Mission - Rescuing Nikolai - Return To Sender - Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Now I'll talk about multiplayer content. Ok, so multiplayer is the least violent part of this game. This is the part of the game that deserves a T rating, not an M. In this mode, the player is sent online to play against other players in numerous "maps". This mode is not too violent as blood is minimal and can only really be seen in slo-mo which can be skipped.
Also, there are barely any onscreen voices. Occasionally, a voice message created by the game will inform the player about things going on in the game. But for a younger child, there could be older players with "ingame microphones" that can be taunting or rude to your. The good thing is, if another player is taunting you, you can mute them so you will no longer hear messages from them. One thing about multiplayer that if your child is new to the game, then more experienced players will destroy them in multiplayer. That can be frustrating and your kid might give up and it will be money down the drain if you buy it for them.
So that's why I recommend that your kid practice the game before they try multiplayer so they will not be discouraged. So with the violence problem, my final verdict is that if your kid is 12 or over, they should be able to handle the violence in MW3. Lots of parents say excessive foul language is also a problem for their.
Well, there is a bit of language, but nothing worse than what your kid hears every day. No f-word in this game. So, after hearing the excessive violence and language problem from many parents on here, I think this review can shine a brighter light on this game for parents who think that MW3 is just a brutal, foul game that makes your kid kill hundreds of men in cold blood.
So parents, my final verdict about MW3 is that if your child has awareness of the world today, can handle a few deaths, knows to practice before diving into multiplayer, and knows to mute obnoxious players, and is 12 years or older, then MW3 is OK for your. Thank you for reading.
This title contains: Positive role models. This review Helped me decide 1.
Had useful details 1. Read my mind 3. Report this review. Kid, 10 years old February 21, Infinity Ward brings you nonstop action in the third installment of the Modern Warfare series and the 8th game in the Call of Duty franchise. Not for kids? No way. I was playing Black Ops back when I was 8. This is nothing compared to how gory that game was. This game is easily okay for a year-old as long as they don't make fun of it. There is a scene in the game that may be skipped where a girl dies but there is no gore or even a drop of blood, that character wasn't introduced to you so you won't feel sad, and you don't see her die being the gas from the gas attack blocks her!
This game has a multiplayer mode. If you are so concerned about a drop of blood from the story mode, then just play multiplayer. In the campaign, there is some smoking. This title contains: Positive Messages. Positive role models. Read my mind 1. Teen, 15 years old Written by Sealith January 12, An honest and detailed review from a player.
Okay I know that most people aren't going to read this review because it's coming from a year-old, but if you've read this far keep reading. The graphics, the enhanced multi-player, the customization, the perks system, the leaderboards, everything. I kept looking at reviews to try to get my parents to buy me the game, but for two years they stuck to the stubborn response of "It's and M rated game. Immediately I plugged the system in and inserted the disc.
First things first though. When you get the game, and you're not a very experienced Call of Duty or first-person shooter FPS gamer, play the single player first, or you'll get crushed online. Even after experience with other COD games and after playing though several missions on the single-player campaign, I went through my first online game at a miserable 2 kills and 20 deaths.
Okay so onto the part that most parents probably care about most. The reason that the game has an 'M' rating. Well first thing's first, in America, if you're game has blood and mild swearing and is rated 'T', you'll get sued. Also, the ESRB's rating system isn't very specific in my opinion.Looking for some mw3
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