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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
Well I do think that Manhunt in general is very violent so the BBFC's concern is actually completely Valid.
So you believe that the government has the right to tell you what you can and cannot play as far as video games go? Perhaps they should also start telling you what you can and cannot watch at the movies (oh no, that movie is too violent! And that one has too much sex in it!). What about what you can and cannot read? Not to go off-topic, though....

It's good to hear that the UK is going to finally have a chance to get Manhunt 2 even if it's nearly a year too late.
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Originally Posted by Guswut View Post
So you believe that the government has the right to tell you what you can and cannot play as far as video games go? Perhaps they should also start telling you what you can and cannot watch at the movies (oh no, that movie is too violent! And that one has too much sex in it!). What about what you can and cannot read? Not to go off-topic, though....

It's good to hear that the UK is going to finally have a chance to get Manhunt 2 even if it's nearly a year too late.
My previous statement has nothing to do with what you just said. BBFC as a corporation of media monitoring has a right to look over Manhunt and be concerned due to its violent content. Its no different from any other violent or non-violent media. BBFC still by law is obliged to look it over and give it an appropriate certification.

That has nothing to do with me letting the government tell me what to do lol
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