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New rules for multiplayer

Carlos

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I'd like a game where there's no kids spamming the mics, too.... but, they make up the mass portion of the Call of Duty market.
 
Feb 7, 2013
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#3
I'd like a game where there's no kids spamming the mics, too.... but, they make up the mass portion of the Call of Duty market.
Oh that's a good idea, I heard what sounded to be a 6 year old kid with an ultimately high voice on Search & Destroy earlier. I think those parents need new babysitters.. (As MinnesotaBurns says :p)
 
Jul 21, 2013
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I do agree that some parents lack parental control over their children but, I must admit there are some(not many) mature 12 year old's on Call of duty. I rarely find them but, their out there. Overall I think parent's allow their kids do too much as far as letting them play rated "M" games, Then they wonder why their kids are "brats" when they grow up. We all have different opinion's.
 

xNoobshot

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Lets not forget, we used to be those squeaky kids on some PC games and early years of consoles...I'm 19 right now.

But having some sort of build or plug-in on a game that automatically mutes squeakers would be cool xD
 

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