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Common Sense Media says

Demonic action-strategy game is filled with blood and gore.






Users say

(out of 2 reviews)
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Teen, 13 years old Written bycerealkiller189 February 25, 2012

Violent,awesome and bloody.

I got my dad to get me a PS Vita just for this game.Looking it up on GameStop,I knew this was another awesome game that had to be on my Awesome Shooters list.I play this 3-7 hours a day and am not bored of it.Although it is extremely violent and bloody,so it is not for anyone under 13.If you are old enough to watch it and are very mature,go to EB Games or GameStop and get it because this is one game that has endless potential and deserves my four stars.Bravo,Square Enix.
What other families should know
Too much violence
Teen, 13 years old Written byTrevorPickett February 22, 2012

Probably the worst in the launch lineup from what I heard.

Looking back at a Gameinformer magazine I felt like I had to give a head's up that this game isn't worth it at all (even if it is free) for a couple of reasons. -It's an ill-fated copycat of Pikmin (which was good) -Barely uses the Vita's features. -No replay value whatsoever. -Bad graphics. -Nothing more than a budget PSP game. I did not play this because I am not interested in a Vita nor am I allowed to play games with an M rating, but I had to do this based off of what Gameinformer told me.