Ah, Dissidia. A fanboy's dream. Its fun, over-the-top combat and gorgeous effects make it a very fun fighter, although it's not very complex. Forgoing complex button combinations in favor of simpler moves, Dissidia is definitely more accessible to more impatient or young fighting game fans - this isn't a bad thing, mind, but it's something to consider. Now, on to the various things that parents may not consider good for their children. First off, I wouldn't recommend this for kiddies because of the creep factor of some of the villains. Whether it's Emperor Palamecia's god complex, Sephiroth's calm, cold murderous intent, Kefka's desire to blow everything up, or Exdeath's goal to bring everything into a state of nothing, including himself, there's something for everyone to be afraid of. Now, if you're one of those parents who are mortally terrified of your child seeing the edge of a breast or skirts that cut off at a length that is very common nowadays, then this might not be the game to give your child, as Ultimecia has absolute cleavage, the Cloud of Darkness (despite being genderless) is wearing what basically amounts to a few ribbons and a cape, and Terra is wearing a short skirt and, if you're using her default outfit, tights. Oh! I'm forgetting Kuja's man thong. As for violence, the game has plenty of slashing and explosions, but nobody actually gets dismembered or disfigured, even after Shantotto rains lightning on them, laughing all the while. Ultimately, Dissidia is a pretty tame game, but the difficulty of the endgame (provided you don't take Chaos on with a character 20 levels stronger than him) restricts it to slightly older kids.