LuigiHann;3250045 said:I think that there's a different set of standards for on-disc songs versus DLC filtered songs.
FreezeRokk;3250035 said:That sounds weird, because I remember seeing somewhere here that there was song that was omitted because it said "Oh Lord."
Cliphead;3250260 said:The game is rated a family-friendly E10+ (the song is also in the E-rated DS game) and the ESRB notes the use of the expletive "hell" on their web site. It's barely even a curse word; people are blowing this way out of proportion.
captainsamus;3250412 said:I'm a little dissapointed that no one replied to OP with "Why the hell does it mean so much to you?"
FreezeRokk;3250016 said:These are the lyrics from the chorus"Suddenly I see (Suddenly I see)This is what I wanna beSuddenly I see (Suddenly I see)Why the hell it means so much to me"I thought this was a family friendly game.
instantdeath999;3250025 said:I'd say because most kids know what hell is, since we spend time scaring them with it...
Did you complain when it wasn't censored on family friendly radio?
AviStetto;3250778 said:I agree that this song whould not have been included in the game. I put it right alongside Bad Reputation, which is included in Band Hero, as songs that don't fit a family friendly E-10 (10-year old - elementary school age) game.
mjlambert1;3250549 said:Did you complain when it wasn't censored on family friendly radio?
kingtonyx;3250915 said:"Suddenly I See" is one of the most fun songs in the game imo
jeccaneko;3251074 said:Better question: when are people going to stop making these threads?
Rocket2Russia;3251153 said:[QUOTE=jeccaneko;3251074]Better question: when are people going to stop making these threads?
kate_childers;3251277 said:It's on there because she is AWESOME. quit complaining.
FreezeRokk;3251397 said:Awesomeness aside, one of the criteria of the songs passing the "filter" is no expletives, which I believe this song fails. Quit making bad excuses.
Family FriendlyFamily Friendly content may be suitable for players of all ages. These tracks may contain the infrequent use of mild language.
the ESRB said:During some cutscenes, Lego characters engage in not so civil behavior: a hotel room is trashed; a character belches loudly into a microphone; and a dinosaur destroys an outhouse, leaving a solitary figure stranded on a toilet. Song lyrics occasionally reference violence (e.g., "Somebody's gonna die . . . My ex will start a fight"), use the expletive "hell," and seemingly allude to substance abuse (e.g., "Brain fried tonight through misuse . . . Without these pills you're let loose . . . Is it a monster?")