Because they are REBELS!!! No, Their parents really don't care what they do. Most of the time the kids annoying the parent to go get it and finally they just go get it so the kid will leave them alone. Its like "LAY OFF JOHNNY ILL GO GET YOUR GAME"
Several possible reasons: Some parents don't censor what their kids play, or the kids rebel and play it even if they aren't allowed. Technically, it's not illegal for someone under 17 years old to play an m-rated game. However, you can't buy an m-rated game if you're under the required age.
Because parents dont care what their kids play or they are just to lazy to look at the box or ask the clerk about it, this game allows you to get high anytime you want, have sex with a friend's girlfriend, go to a strip club, have sex with hookers and a lot of other tasteless things.
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Last edited at 8:16PM on 10/3/2013
Sometimes, I believe parents buy their children M rated games to keep them out of their hair. It's a shame, but I was a neighbor of a couple with a pair of twins who received a copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas when they were only six years old. It could also be that parents are oblivious to the realism if the content. They might have been used to NES or 16 bit games growing up. It's surprising how few adults know what could be done in a video game nowadays. I believe 10th grade teens and up can handle the content, but I would never consider giving Grand Theft Auto to a person in Middle School or younger. I wish parents were more aware of this.