Forget target age requirement: 10 Reasons Why You No Longer Need It
We’re all different but the common sense answer is the age that children should be for target shooting or playing video games. Most folks are at least 18 and up.
This is the age that children should be allowed to play video games. Of course, I am not a parent and do not know how much of my kid’s life was spent playing video games, but I do know that video games are a HUGE part of many teens’ lives.
That said, there are of course many other factors that go into the age requirement. For instance, if you are under 18 and you play video games, the authorities will be watching your every move. This can include monitoring your every move in the store, every purchase you make, every conversation you have with an adult, every phone call you make (I know that sounds like a cop out, but trust me there are consequences for doing this).
For those under 18, I would say that while they may be a target and you may have to move the game out of your store, they will be more likely to play video games with you than if you live with your parents. Your parents may be more likely to buy you a video game, but your age will make it harder for them to do so.
The same applies if you are under 18, under 18 is a target. You will not be able to play the game with your parents, but you will be a target as well. As a result you will likely be less likely to run into them on the street and will also be less likely to get in close with them at a party.
This is something that doesn’t get as much attention, but it goes for all teens as well. I would argue that it is a major cause for the high rate of teen suicides. If you are 16 or younger, you can play video games with your siblings and even with your parents as long as you are an adult. However, if you are older than 16, you will not be able to play on your own for the rest of your life.
This isn’t just because you’re too young to get in trouble, but because you are a child and in that sense you are less mature than your peers. You have a very limited amount of life to spend thinking about what to do next, so you will tend to avoid these social situations.
This sounds like a good idea, but it only applies to video games. As someone whose parent is in college, and who has been the primary decision maker in my life for the past three years, I would like to see the whole game world changed so that everyone has a say in it. I would like to see the “social” aspects of video game development changed to make video games more like real life, instead of the simulation games that we have today.
I can’t say I’ve seen this exact change happen in real life, but I can say that I’m not the only one who was affected by this. After watching the trailer, I started looking up how to do it in video game. I found a lot of people with the same goal, but the best solution I found was a simple one.
The game’s story is about that age-change for a specific purpose. The age is based on the age of the player character, and he/she will be given a birthday. In the video game, the player will be given a “youngest” birthday. With the age shift, a new character will be born. At the end, it will be decided whether or not the player is given his/her birthday.