First Class Trouble

Game review by Jesse Nau, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 15+

Social deduction game features violence and deception.

Parents say

age 17+

Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 17+

Like Among Us, but better!

While it is still in early access, First Class Trouble has a little way to go in terms of dealing with in-game toxicity. I've played this game since the first month of release, and have laughed until my belly ached but I have also been subject to a lot of hatred and sexism. Because it is a deduction game like Among Us but also includes proximity/voice chat, it can sometimes be a cesspool for people going on the game simply to annoy or upset others. I do recommend that this game to anybody who is not mentally mature enough to handle toxic gamers - i.e. anybody under the age of 17. However, I have met some amazing people in the last year through this game, and I've had wonderful and hilarious moments. It's great for making friends, some that I would consider to be my best friends.

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Too much swearing
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