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would u say nightlife is appropriate for 10/11 year olds?
Asked at 00:27 on Saturday 10 December 2005 by Amanda (shine137) Report this Question


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uhm... yeah.. sure... why wouldnt it be??
Answered at 11:54 on Monday 12 December 2005 by clariss ann (clariss)
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My youngest plays it But than he also plays many other Video games like Grand Theft Auto, Halo 2, Diablo, Gun etc etc. He is mature for his age and well we have a pretty open and honest relationship.
I am sure there will be parents out there who would take offence at the woo hoo in cars ad such BUT you never really see anything and well Now days Most kids know about those type things anyway.

I honestly think it should be the parent of the childs choice.
i also think it is important that a parent takes the time to check it out, Also sit with the kid while he plays the first time.

I honestly see no issue with it though. He has been playing with my game since he was 8
Answered at 19:37 on Saturday 17 December 2005 by Phoenix (phoenix_risin)
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I'm 13 and I have played The Sims since I was 10. I'm not shocked at the woohoo scenes and I don't think I would have bee n at 10 either.
Answered at 01:33 on Saturday 31 December 2005 by Caprice (capo13)
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again, it really depends on the kid. i'm 14, and have been playing the sims since i was 8, and i was pretty mature at 8, but many of my friends at 14 certainly aren't very mature. just use your judgement, and phoenix had a good point with sitting with the kid while he plays the game. maybe you should try it first...
Answered at 04:15 on Sunday 1 January 2006 by hope (simsuperstar)
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it is not as if you see anything
Answered at 15:25 on Wednesday 4 January 2006 by mark hobman (mahobman)
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It really depends on whether the parent and child agree that there is a clear distinction between fantasy and reality. If a child tends to incorporate their make-believe into their real life, then the woo-hoo may influence their attitudes about casual, premarital sex. But that's true of all Sims, not specific to Nightlife.
Answered at 19:23 on Friday 6 January 2006 by Carl Adams (Falkon)
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umm yeah i started to play the sims when i was 6 now im 11 and own every sims game you can get my parents have no problems with the sims at all. !!!OPEN FOR BUSINESS IS GOING TO BE GREAT!!!
Answered at 17:17 on Thursday 2 March 2006 by thesims2rules
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