Why did Ubisoft include those words in the first place, or provide a proper warning?
We'll probably never know...
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LMAO! I'm sure they just added a dictonary without thinking about the words that may not belong in a kids game.
Maybe it's because I'm not a parent, but you shouldn't be horrified about your kid reading words that he will hear and say thousands of times during his life. But the game rating is decieving, so I agree with her outrage on that. But don't be such a sheltering person. And if it really does include a junior version, then that mom needs to STFU because if the kid is young enough to sh*t bricks over reading the word sh*t, then the little bloke should be playing junior mode.
I am against censorship in most places, but can you imagine what kind of trouble a 6 year old would get into when he walks into class and tells his teacher he learned the F word. I wouldn't want my kids exposed to it that early. When they are older, they can say what they want because they know when it is inappropriate.
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