Parents' Guide to

Gotham City Impostors

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Team-based shooter for comic book fans is fun but flawed.

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age 12+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 12+

Gotham City Impostors.

This game in a fun 11+ shooter. It contains mild language and blood. It is a very fun game that has a Single Player mode and a multiplayer mode. In the single player mode you are a thief stealing things and completing missions for your army. In the multiplayer there are different game modes and interesting challenges. The game modes include Team Death Match, Free for all and a couple of others. Overall this is a fun shooter and a good game for Tweens. Thanks!
age 12+

extreme language not bloody

in this fps game players can kill each other with grenades bombs rpgs shotguns all sorts of guns macheties and acid the language is brutal but is always bleed out in the intro it is implied that the joker is saying *lets blow this f--king town to f--king peciesand in the intro the joker sticks up his middle finger they tried to blur it out but if you look closley tou clearly see it when some kills you it shows you falling back and the people can choose to swear at you but the strong profanitys are always bleed this game is for anyone 12 or older

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (9 ):

Gotham City Impostors is sort of good. On one hand, it can be a fun and frantic game with a lot of customizability, upgrades, weapons, and gadgets to choose from -- including some wild options like grappling hooks and ice guns -- which are fun to unleash on unsuspecting enemies. On the flipside, however, the matchmaking was often slow and unstable, there are a few mandatory online accounts that need to be set up first (including a Warner Bros. one), and maps that are hit or miss. Plus, some weapons and upgrades seem to have more of an effect than others, so some players were complaining about balancing issues and time vs. payoff concerns. Overall, Gotham City Impostors can be an enjoyable and colorful first-person shooter that needs more polish before you consider dropping $15 on it.

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