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The success of recently launched game title, Call of Duty: Black Ops is a great achievement in its own right, according to Josh Olin, Treyarch's community manager.
He did not comment on the possibility of a sequel only saying "your guess is as good as mine". About concerns over children trolling the online game he said that the issue must be looked into by the ratings board.
“I don't know a tremendous amount about UK ratings boards, but I do know that you have to be of that age to purchase the content, and if parents want to let their kids play it's completely at their discretion,” said Olin.
He continues, “I get where you're coming from, it's that maybe the kids are more obnoxious to deal with - but hey, they want to have their fun too, so I don't want to kill that for them.”
The comments are upfront and refreshing honest from a gaming studio. It appears that the game will remain open for everyone for now.