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Infinity Blade II

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Action-heavy sword game adds depth; still for older teens.

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age 12+

Based on 1 parent review

age 12+

Not as bad as it seems

Okay first off the violence you stabs slice cut and bludgeon monsters most humanoid there only blood on the environment in a couple of places but that's all the ending or finishing of the combat is where you attack the persone after there life bar is drained and the ending video shows you stabbing monsters in the face chest and back of the head I played it when it first came out so I beat it oh yah in one cut scene (yes cut scences) you get shot in the face with a arrow and so knowing your going to die put your hand into a hole which then kills you But after all that there is no blood so 12 might be a bit low but I could handle it so after all that it's a great game if you have any Idevice buy it just do NOW

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Kids say (11 ):

It would have been easy for Chair Entertainment to simply rest on its laurels with INFINITY BLADE II. The first game, after all, was a smash hit. And while there is a certain sense of sameness with this sequel, there are also new role-playing elements that make it feel less like a treadmill. The game is once again a graphical tour de force and still caters well to the quick-play philosophy that iOS gamers embrace. Unfortunately, some of the original game's weaknesses remain. Though there are a number of weapons and spells at your disposal, there's not a lot of variety in the battles, which makes long sessions with the game sometimes feel a bit repetitive (though not nearly as fast as the original).

Ultimately, that doesn't drag down the game, though. Like its predecessor, this is an app that is great looking and a fun action title, broken into digestible segments that keep it from getting frustrating. And the added emphasis on story, while at times confusing, is a nice new touch.

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