More BS! This is not a kids' game. It costs 15 bucks a month to play it. Good luck getting mommy and daddy to pony up a credit card for that. Unbelievable. And who the hell is this "Florida Family Association"? They obviously have no freakin' clue. There are 1.7 million paying subscribers to the game. Over 2 million have been sold, and more are selling all the time.
Yeah, because parents who buy their 8 year old children iPhones would never agree to spending $15 on computer games.
And who the hell is this "Florida Family Association"? They obviously have no freakin' clue.
Right, because PC Magazine is known for spreading rumors.
I just checked the website: The game is rated T for Teen. Teenaged boys often do sign up for online games without permission from their parents, and they often have money of their own to spend. And parents might agree to a “Star Wars” game rated T for Teen (age 13 or older).
Many parents allow their younger children to play T-rated games - which is the fault of the parents, not the game-maker. However, the way you (and the game website itself) describe the game sounds like it shouldn’t even be rated Teen... It should be rated M for Mature or Adults-only. Here’s a guide to ratings: