this game is very good, but for the more mature.there is a little splash of blood occasionly when you kill an enemy, and a couple of swear words in there as well.Alll of this can be avoided, in fact it encourages you not to kill anyone. If you kill something it will discourage you by giving you punishments! get this game if your kids dont mind the occaasional s word and splash of blood.
I see why it was given an M rating, however, almost all violence on a regular basis can be avoided, generally you don't need to hurt anyone. If you choose to kill on a regular basis, there is a little blood but not much, but again it's not necessary. This game does show positive messages such as the main character's care for the princess. Your choices throughout the game decide the ending, it is rated M for mature so parents be cautious but as you may learn it can be quite a good and appropriate for mature teens around 14 and 15+
This game is simply amazing. But, I will get back to that later. First, I will lay down the negatives. Violence: Violence is probably the main issue, as you can stab,shoot,and poison your victims. Language: You may here a few f bombs and other foul language, but not much. If your child has ever played a first person shooter, he has heard alot worse. Sexual content: I'll make this quick. There barely is any. Some of the woman are refered to as wh*&es, but that's about it. Overall, this game is fantastic and suitable for mature 10 year olds and up.
hello! dishonored is about a assassin who worked for the queen but when the queen was killed everyone blamed corvo(who is the assassin).The only one who was there was the princess emily who was taken captured.There was a scene where you drink beer,but this is definity not for kids.Because sometimes if you throw a grenade at someone the persons head comes off.And they call the women wh*res.Overall this game is not for kids 13 and under.
Dishonored is one of the first single player games to blow me away in the past few years. The gameplay and combat are amazing, the story is easy to follow and fun, and Corso is an amazing hero and savior in the game. The violence in the game can get pretty graphic, though the game actually encourages as little violence and death as possible (alternate endings). There are MANY different ways to complete objectives, some of which effect you later. There are sexual themes (girl in bathtub, girls in brothel), but no sex and nudity is shown. The focus always stays on Corso's goal and doesn't detract for petty side-quests. Would rate this a good game for any adult and mature teenager.
This game is simply amazing, but here's a heads-up to the other parents:
There is a lot of violence, but by using stealth, non-lethal executions, and lots of time, you can beat the game without killing anyone. Language and sex isn't much of a problem, but references are here and there. Just remember the undertone of the game, revenge. Sure, Corvo (the main character) does have his reasons, after being falsely accused for the murder of the Empress, but it is revenge nonetheless.
Well i just got this game for my computer and i think it is really good, now for language there are about 5 to 6 fu*k words in each level, And for violence the game is based on a man who got accused for killing the empress but he was fraimed for the crime, then he breaks out of prison and these people help him out and the character that u play gos on missons for them and they give u money. So ur trying to get back at the people who fraimed u so i would say that u kill about 50 to 75 enemies a level. for violence i give it a 7 and a half out of 10. for language i give it a 5 out of 10.
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