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    WiiChat Member TheOnlyOneHeFears's Avatar
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Majora's Mask rated T? I remember there were certain bits in MM that were darker than OOT. I personally thought it was more mature than most Zelda games.

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    Hey man Welcome to the forums, Im gonna see in the Intruction Booklet now if MM was Rated T, It is a +7 Don't know what Letter it is
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    i never got why gambling is bad..dont one of our freedoms of.. or rights let us do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KuRaNiMo
    I 100% agree. If you think that a game is only good if it's rated T or M and it's bad if it's 3+ or something then you clearly have no idea about gaming whatsoever.
    no one said that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroidZ
    no one said that.
    He is agreeing to what Link_of_Hyrule Said
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    Finally! They Released A Rated T Zelda Game FOr The First Time In Twenty Years!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeLdA4LiFe
    i think the game should be rated M. they should start showin more blood when hitting the enemies. you know, spice it up a lil
    No. You are forgetting that a younger audience plays the game too, and for the game to be rated M it would not only have to have graphic blood and/or gore but also frequent language.

    A great game does not require an "M" or even "T" rating, just great gameplay, a good storyline, and graphics to match the generation. Remember Ocarina of Time? It was simply the best game in the series so far. It didn't need an overly depressive theme or monsters releasing a well of blood... hmm, makes me think of Mortal Kombat....

    No, these elements are not needed, nor expected, in a great game... especially Zelda. And, keeping in mind that a younger audience also plays, an M rating would destroy an important part of the market and be a slap in the face to Nintendo's philosophy... "Wii"...:

    Wii will break down that wall that separates video game players from everybody else.

    Wii will put people more in touch with their games and each other. But you're probably asking: What does the name mean?

    Wii sounds like we, which emphasizes this console is for everyone.

    Wii can easily be remembered by people around the world, no matter what language they speak. No confusion. No need to abbreviate. Just Wii.
    So, in conclusion, Zelda, along with all other Nintendo franchises, will stay safely within the E-T rating zone.
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