Call of Duty: Ghosts is the newest game in the Call of Duty series. This game is played by many children, all over creation. This game has been rated "Mature 17+" by the ESRB. Now, I don't find the game to be too violent. As long as you accept the fact that it's fiction, this game is okay. If your child understands right from wrong, get them this game. If they don't, you might want to have second thoughts about getting it. For mature teenagers, say, 14-year-olds, this game is appropriate. The violence is not gory or too graphic, just some blood, which isn't really visible. The language isn't bad either. If this game was a movie, it'd be rated PG-13. This game also promotes teamwork and also correct spending of earnings. This game is very fun and also teaches skills, but needs to be played by more mature audiences. By mature, I don't mean 17 years old, I just mean someone who understands the game is fiction, and understands right from wrong. Don't be fooled by the over-sensitive ESRB rating.