Parents need to know that Giants Uprising is an upcoming action adventure game for Windows PCs. The game's set in a world where giants were an ancient race that walked the earth for many centuries by the time humans had arrived. From there, the story becomes a bit more complicated: In some places, people are told that there was a war between Giants and humans in the time known as the Age of Humans. To save both peoples, the rulers of humans and Giants made a pact, thereby allowing both groups to live in peace, until the giants broke the pact and tried to reclaim lost ground. Unfortunately, the giants lost, and were enslaved by humans instead of killed. But according to a different character, humans were the ones that stole the knowledge of the giants for themselves because they were greedy for power and riches, using their stolen loot to help build civilization. Players will take on the role of Rogbar, a giant trapped in the northern part of this human empire, as well as his human companion, Kielbasa, who rides on his shoulders. Both find themselves partnered together in a gladiatorial arena for the entertainment and bloodsport of the Imperial governor. But once they realize that they'll be slaughtered regardless of how they do, the duo choose to escape and run for their lives. As a result, the duo are hunted by armies of humans as well as enslaved giants. Fortunately, Rogbar can stomp and punch enemies, as well as pick up logs, rocks, and other debris to smash targets. That's important, because you'll be facing off against hundreds of soldiers who will try to swarm and overtake you with any means available to them, like using giant bear traps, harpoons with ropes, and arrow volleys that are designed to skewer the toughest skin. You'll even find towers with cannons continually launching projectiles your way to bring you to your knees. While levels tend to be packed with a lot of destructive chaos and mayhem, these also tend to be somewhat short, lasting around fifteen minutes from one end of a stage to the other. Since the game is in Early Access, it still has a lot of polishing and development to go, but it does have the basic sequence of action, puzzle solving, and stage traversal plotted to keep players smashing through enemy lines at a fast pace. There's lots of mature language that will be expected in the final game, with "f—k" and "s—tty" being frequently used. Also, while quite a lot of blood is shown when your character is hit by cannonballs or stomps on soldiers, there's no gore, and enemy bodies go flying in a comical way.