Bloodless, compelling, and very involving.
The game focuses (as with most other games) on the battle between light and dark- good and bad. The strange, but all too awsome blend of Final Fantasy and Disney, makes the game, funny and action packed.
THINGS PARENTS SHOULD WORRY ABOUT.
The game has lots of Disney like magic- as well as some unexplainable supernatral things that happen.
The violence in the game is fighting mostly abstract enemies with a strange wepeon called a Keyblade. (There are other wepeons wielded by other characters such as, swords, ninja stars, ex.)
The time it takes (took me well over 30 hours), and how involved your child may get in the game should be a concern.
For those of you who looked at the E10 rating and blood and alcohol reference, let me assure you that both these are very minimum. Blood- Pirates of the Carribean, cutscene where a bloody coin is being dropped to lift the curse (just like in the movie).
Alcohol Reference- Again, Pirates of the Carribean, Jack Sparrow talking about rum.