I'm not a fan of violent video games because they are mostly just violent, and non-educational. But this game was a little different.
I'm a parent to a teenage boy, and he asked me for this game, Call of Duty: WWII. At first, I immediately said, "No." But then he asked me, "Can you play it first, and check it out?" I did.
My friend had the game, so I asked him if he wanted to play it with me, and when I played it, I was very impressed. The game is pretty violent, but it does have very clear messages about teamwork, courage, and true heroes who risked their lives to save the world. The game also rewards players for showing mercy to enemy's who surrender. The game also gives real facts about World War II, and that was something I would've never expected in a Call of Duty game.
Coming to a decision, I let my son get the game and he loves it.
Every parent is different and have the right to make their own discussion, but I personally think it is a great game for teenagers 15 and older.