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Well I guess that would depend on weather the person playing is going online or just playing the free demo. If they are playing on line then i would suggest at least 12. However i know you can create your on server so you do not have to deal with a lot of the language from some of the others online. Also i do know that mine craft was created by a Christian based company and they do monitor online play. I know someone who was banned form playing on the xbox 360 for language. Seems to be good for all ages. As for how to create your on server, there are many forums that would be glad to help with that. Hope this was of some help.
Yes. This happens everytime. Here's a secret/glitch/whatever: when it starts, dont click anything. wait for the game to load up to the main menu. For example in Single player: just leave the keyboard/mouse. wait for all the short clips to play. after you get to the main menu (Spec Ops; Campaign; Multiplayer)Use your arrow keys to choose which. For example: I want spec ops. I just hit the left arrow key once. It might still freeze, but after awhile, it will be highlighted/selected/whatever. hit enter. then wait for it to load. then keep repeating these steps on what level/difficulty. then after you play a game, everything will go back to normal unless you quit again. That's all. Plz rate me.
When you play online games it will usually require more system resources to power. Your processor also handles the data that is being sent and received during your online session. Some code for online games have more overhead than others. I do not believe that it has anything to do with your machine, but more the software and network overhead that the multiplayer game requires. If you notice that both single and multiplayer run on seperate executables...
Single Player = C:\Program Files\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\iw3sp.exe
Multiplayer = C:\Program Files\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\iw3mp.exe
On some games, Call of duty and medal of honour Rising sun, have a option for multiplayer. However, there are two types of multiplayer.
First type is the one that you are thinking of which is to be able to play face to face with two controllers.
Second type is online multiplayer which requires and internet connection.
in essance Call of duty 1 & 2 are single player games.