is pubg good for children?

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#1  Edited By niyaRai
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my son daily playing pubg on mobile. and actually, I don't know about that game.so please tell me is pubg is good for children?

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#2 npiet1
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I will not let my kids play online until they are at least 13. Online can be very toxic. I do not know if he can chat online on mobile with Pubg (many you can) but any online games are forbidden in my house for good reason except for the school games that are registered with the education department.

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#3 RSM-HQ
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@niyarai: Gaming is not inherently bad but if it's an online game it might be a good idea to oversee and view the community your child is interacting with. At least till you feel you have an idea of what crowd is playing the game in your region.

When I was younger played Biohazard: Outbreak online and always needed an adult present. Was annoying at the time but looking back have a lot of respect for the parental concern.

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#4 Blazepanzer24
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No. And Neither is it's Dancing game Battle Royal equivalent, Fortnight.

Now if you're son was about thirteen years old, then it might be okay.

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#5 Sevenizz
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I think it’s fine. PUBG on mobile is mostly a kids game anyway. Much better than that awful Fortnite. But again, it carries the same player base for the most part. I’m not sure you want to be ‘that parent’ that restricts what all his/her friends are playing. You might be forcing him/her into being sneaky just to fit in socially.

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#6  Edited By niyaRai
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@blazepanzer24: thank you

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#8 Sevenizz
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@doshikaran71: I see. Tell me, what videogames do you play?

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#9 Celsius765
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@doshikaran71: dying from what playing too long and neglecting their need for self care?

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#10 Sweet6teen
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By children, you mean under 13? no. A teenager, yes

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#12 HEATHEN75
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Yes. PUBG is a great stepping stone before you get the little tyke rolling in Grand Theft Auto. Make sure to teach him proper T-bagging for the full experience.

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#13 RockField
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Uhm. If you want your child to be a school shooter then yes. HAHHAHHAH just kidding. PUBG is for children too. Allow your child to play that game and at the same time, teach them the right and wrong things.

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#14 Ish_basic
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Sure. I mean, it teaches them to attack their problems head on, otherwise they'll find you. On the otherhand, Fortnite teaches you to build safe spaces until they go away.

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#16 gmak2442
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Yes, it's good for children for sure. The violence rate is not too high and I'm sure the players behave on the voice coms.

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#17 Willy105
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@gmak2442 said:

Yes, it's good for children for sure. The violence rate is not too high and I'm sure the players behave on the voice coms.

OP, just so you know, this above post is sarcasm.

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#18 SpaaJ
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It's not a problem !

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#19 RevoluGame
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real answer? this world not for children anymore lol

i think kids need to get away from online stuff how much they can. only me i guess..

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#20 DaVillain-  Moderator
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Old thread you guys and lets now disturb the dead shall we.