I've been told in South Korea it is against the law to play video games after midnight.
This sounds radical, but gimme a second to explain. I'm on the West Coast. I get on really late. If I get online really late, it is actually morning in some places. I play games with anyone that's not a ninja looter griefer left handed eskimo. Ok, maybe I'll XBox with an eskimo, but I never met a left handed one, so idk. Anyhow....I've been playing 2am West Coast time, and this other dude asked the group, "WHAT ARE YA'LL STILL DOING UP! GO TO BED!" And it just dawns on me...they might have school in the morning. This is bad. People should not push back there responsibilities and commitments because of a game. Even a good game. But kids don't think rationally = hence, kids. Not their fault. So....idea.....make a default setting in the XBox 360 to ask for parent's password if the XBox is operating past 11 pm. This could also assist in future Microsoft liability, "...well you know...those kids were up playing XBox...you know how they are....." Not true if a password is required.
Hey don't hate me because of the idea. :) Just trying to be responsible here.
I told some kids that I played Minecraft with today to catch me in the morning, rather than at zero-dark-thirty. I had never really thought of this because I was /digging /digging /digging /digging /digging, but some guy showed up and must have hit me with my own shovel.