Neverwinter nights parent question

Discussion in 'Games' started by brobson, Mar 18, 2006.

  1. brobson macrumors 6502

    brobson

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    Can I really turn off gore and can my child really choose not to be a spellcaster?
    We are pretty conservative and dont want to start something that is not healthy for our 14 yr old.

    If it's OK, where does anyone recommend I buy it?
    Brenda
     
  2. pknz macrumors 68020

    pknz

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    Whats wrong with a little spellcasting? Im pretty sure you can be just a ranger or soldier type if you want. I can't remember any gore in NWN but then I found it boring and only played it for a day or two.
     
  3. tag macrumors 6502a

    tag

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    As far as gore goes there isn't much found this review that details the violence levels here at mac guild..

     
  4. phill1234 macrumors member

    phill1234

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    Yeah you go at option and there a parental violence password thing...
     
  5. Felldownthewell macrumors 65816

    Felldownthewell

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    So it is more okay to kill someone with a sword than with a spell?

    May I point out that this is a videogame? If you find your child drawing strange runes on the floor and chanting over an open fire, you might want to worry a little. However, this is a videogame, if you do not approve of videogames, spells, blood and gore, and language, maybe you should lock your child in a closet and not let him out until he is 45.
     
  6. mkrishnan Moderator emeritus

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    And will you let your child become a Horseman (or -woman) of the Apocalypse™ someday in the future? MR is counting on you. Shard and Mad Jew and I can't do this ourselves forever, you know! :eek: ;) :D

    Seriously... though, my understanding of turning off gore is that the characters still slice each other up, but you don't see blood. So the violence is less graphic, but no less violent. FWIW. :eek:
     

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