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dcmaker wrote:is it just me or do those things look a little creepy? (the figures)
If I had an 8 year son or older youth, I would buy it.
My sons are too old for it.
I think it's you, nothing appears creepy including the figurines.
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Hoogs88 wrote:This is the kind of thing that reinforces the idea that all video game are for kids. The Halo games are rated "M" and are meant for adults. I know kids play them anyway, but it just seems weird that companies make Halo toys aimed at kids.
At TRU this weekend for a lego event and I saw a bunch of teenangers picking HALO figures. They use them for wargaming and collecting.
Buckycubes and misc kids.woots.
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