Yes. I was the one fucking kid who had parents like that while all my friends enjoyed Grand Theft Auto and other mid-2000s hits on their PS2s and PS3s. At least I enjoyed some comfy old computer games that I still enjoy today, but still, kinda fucking blows that everyone else was enjoying some great hits, while my parents thought that the original Xbox and PS2 were for "adults." Remember talking about the NFS games with my friends like 13 years ago, yet only being able to play the DS ports, and was also able to play them on the McDonalds GameCubes and at my neighbors'/friends houses. They lifted my restrictions once I kept being found out playing M-rated games behind their back, so they just stopped caring. The first game I remember playing that was popular at the time was BO1, until my mom made me take it back after she caught me killing fuckers during the Vietnam mission.
Their first mistake was letting me use a PC since practically the day I was born. I started playing pirated and free M-rated games since I was very little, and I first used 4chan when I was 7. None of their asinine restrictions did anything in the first place.
My dad would always let me watch adult shows (though not games), and we would laugh at stuff like Family Guy. He even had some satellite thing connected to his 1980s TV that he had in the master bedroom, and I remember that I either watched Hussein's execution live or I watched a replay of Hussein's execution on some Arabic TV station when I was super little, and my dad was right there.
My mom didn't even let me have a console, all I could use was her old pc with no internet that had these dos-games
I also grew up on DOS/Windows 95 games, that was legitimately the only good thing about my upbringing video games wise.