Originally Posted by Eevee trainer
Again, I agree that the action genre audience may be larger than the horror genre audience. Which is quite a shame in my opinion as the genre may be dying out with larger companies. On the other hand, this may be a larger opportunity for indy companies.
As for having kids get scared, they shouldn't be playing rated M games in the first place, so there isn't a need to trim it down for that reason. XD If they have nightmares from playing the game, then it's the parent's fault, not the company's.
Honestly, nothing really scares me anymore. The only think I find scary is the sight of my Ex-Girlfriend xD!
But in all honesty, parents do a terrible job parenting now a days seeing as they don't really care what their children watch, and they don't care what the kiddies play.