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3-29-2012 @ 10:00PM
Just a couple of guesses:1. The expectation is to play, test and report problems. 16-year-olds might do it, but the number of 10-year-olds who would is probably small. "Adult" is an easy line.2. Broken programming might result in visuals that would not be appreciated by some parents.3. Untested interactions might be too intense for some children.
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