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Common Sense says

age 18+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 15+

Based on 7 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 16 reviews

age 16+

The BEST Shooter to me in my "Opinion"

This game is very good, but the idea having a Communist state taking over the world is not what i expected. :p

This title has:

Great messages
Easy to play/use
Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 15+

Not for the faint of heart.

A decent FPS with a lot of disturbing images, and a bunch of profanity. I got this game for my 14th birthday, and it really shows. Think of Red Dawn with more language and gore. The 'Blood' rating is not true. If you shoot enemies near walls, blood would splatter on the walls. And if you shoot an enemy point blank, the screen would be covered in blood. I would not recommend this for kids under 14. In the beginning of the game, you are riding on a bus to a Korean military camp. If you look to the left, you would see a concentration camp, where the men are literally being executed before their wives and kids. When you round a corner, you would see a young couple shot in front of their 2-yr old, who later screams for his parents. Instead of your fist as a melee weapon, you use a knife to stab enemies. Connor is the obvious potty mouth of the game, using words like 'mother f--ker', 'holy s--t', and 'godd--mit'. You do not play as a soulless killer, though. At one point of the game, you are at another American resistance cell trying to get a helicopter. They eventually try to kill you. As you look around, you would see then torturing the Koreans, and using them as slaves, then eventually killing them. Rianna (another character) says comments like 'we don't kill for sport', and 'they're Americans. I didn't sign up for this'. Connor would eventually reply as 'we need to move on'. Also, popular brands like NOS can be seen around the game. Also, the racial slur 'Nork' would be seen around the game. In conclusion, this game is obviously not for pre-teens, or for the faint of heart.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
age 12+

sad but good

the only distressing scene is at the beging where a toddler no older than proberly 3 witnesses his parents shot dead and is screaming and crying the rest of the violence is modern warfare 2 level it is good the story is great and the multiplayer has some tatical elements you also learn that being a hero has it's price has the enemy execute civillans when a korean solider is killed never seen but often talked about. there is a scene in which you hide in a massgrave but the violence is often emotionly fueld like a character sells out his friends i order to protect his family and a korean american is racially tormented by people in a ghetto. A lady and her child run from a korean attack car. The main characters often show compasion and mercy on the enemies by putting them out of there misery while there on fire. To killing a few enemies and then being reminded that they are human and making you think. parents out there this game is great it can offer emotion with action and a thrilling story line.

This title has:

Too much violence
age 12+

A cinematic,gritty and violent realistic first person shooter.

While there isn't extreme gore,there still are many,many disturbing cinematic action sequences like one where a child witnesses his father being shot may upset and stress sensitive viewers.There is lots of shooting and blood throughout the game and tons of language so gameplay is only advised to mature players above 13.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 17+

Too Horrid for 17 and under.

This video game, to me, is too graphic for kids. It's more of a game for 21 and over. Honestly though, what kind of game would use a scene where a little kid watches his parents die?! In my opinion, this makes Call of Duty look like a 12+!

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 14+

Fun, short, and scary.

This game is really violent and VERY disturbing, but it does, however, show just how disturbing real war can be. Just like it says above, one scene has a child (maybe 3 or 4) screaming while watching his parents get shot right in front of him. Then the enemy soldiers just look away like nothing happened. There is quite a bit of language but it is nothing that isn't in any other movie or game someone might play. The reason I say it is educational is because it teaches you how disturbing and scary real war is. They might have over done it a tiny bit but it is still a very violent game. This is a fun game, very short though (9-10 missions) and very disturbing.

This title has:

Educational value
Too much violence
age 13+

My reveiws are usaly spelt right but im tired, and they're usally long

The online is perfectly appropiate for 11, and story for 13. done.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 15+

Waste o money

uses of d**m, h**l, a**, f**k, b**ch, s**t, and godd*** it

This title has:

Too much swearing
age 15+

Don't buy it. It is a waste of money.

This game is a very intense game. The story line of this whole game scared me because of how savage the enemy is. In one part of the game, you have to hide in a heap of dead bodies to hide from the enemy. Language is bad too. There is some product placement like Tiger Direct, White Castle, and NOS energy drink. White Castle burgers are not very good.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
age 15+

Creepy and mildly fun.

The game starts out with you getting arrested by the Korean military, then you are forced into a bus and drive by people crying, screaming, being shot and being beat to death. The most depressing part in that game is when you are still in the bus and see the parents of a toddler get shot by Korean men, then the kid starts crying and screaming as he runs over to his now dead parents. Also towards the middle of the game you see a huge pit of dead bodies that you eventually have to hide in from a helicopter. Other that that gore isn't much of an issue, but when you shoot someone a small splat of blood appears. For playing it's an OK game, the graphics are not that great compared to more popular shooters like Call of Duty: Black Ops but the intense multiplayer makes up for it. It is also pretty easy to play if you have played a first person shooter before, but it is not worth the $60 price tag it currently holds.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing