Driver M rated

Driver M rated

Driver: Parallel Lines has been given an M rating (Mature). According to the ESRB this is because of "Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language and Blood."

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Yoshi-1up said:

Neat. Now only Mature people can play it :-) durrr.

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Koen van Beeck said:

Now, the original didn't have that. Remember kids; blood makes everything better.

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Wiipaw said:

Oh oh oh oh, Nintendo, you player! Naughty, naughty!

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Gonzo said:

That game looks hot.

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wiiman said:

This is like the only m Wii game and that is nice. Less m games will attract more kid customers. This seems like a gta/carbon remake.

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Master Foot said:

No little Johnny, that's not blood. It's KoolAid. BTW, is this coming to Wii?

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I need a wii... ew said:

Thing is. In europe they don't m rate or anything they do 12+ or stuff like that so I'm guessing its going to be 16+.

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Umm... said:

Remember kids, running over people is NOT very good idea.

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Jason Pilcher said:

Well. Sucks to be you guys. Sorry little kids. But think on the bright side, you guys can have Mario Strikers Charged! Don't that sound exciting?

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stinky12694 said:

Finally a game with an m rating for a Nintendo console.

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wiiboy101 said:

Don't buy this bag of dog mess dressed up as a videogame.

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Gonzo said:

I'm 12 and I play these game. And anyway I didn't know racing games had Drugs, nudity, and blood.

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Liam said:

Driver? On Wii? What is the world coming to?

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Unknown said:

This is actually a good thing. This game can be used to target people who like GTA knock offs.

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babychicken98 said:

U how some time when it says something for ex. rated m has sexual theme and i don't beleive that and has any body played this game before.

1 year ago

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