Kid reviews for Metro Exodus

Common Sense says

Bleak, mature, but engaging apocalyptic shooter.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 15+
Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 14+
Based on 8 reviews
Teen, 15 years old Written byLowji June 10, 2020
Teen, 13 years old Written byBathing_deadpool February 15, 2019

This title contains:

Positive Messages
Positive role models
Teen, 14 years old Written byGoboGitman427 April 20, 2020

The sex and the drinking and drugs are incorrect

Its a great game but not really for kids, and they must have barely even played the game because common sense doesnt tell you about being able to smoke weed or about the strip club with bare breasts.
Teen, 14 years old Written bydreammemek February 2, 2020

Beautiful game, Very heavy and lots of swearing

Teen, 15 years old Written byrealLad12304 November 24, 2019

A real review!

I would like to submit this review to one up the one done by CSM.
Let’s start off this game is absolutely incredible. The game is very immersive and when playing with headphones it can almost seem as if you are in the game. The game is based around the character, Artyom he has been the protagonist of the metro games from 2033 to Last Light and now Exodus. He is a Spartan Ranger, basically a skilled survivor of the wasteland. The gameplay is exquisite with Artyom feeling vulnerable and not an invincible hero as in games such as Halo, yes the game is survival focused (no eating or drinking required) with the need for scavenging being a constant need. In the beginning of the first area you are given almost a portable workbench where attachments can be installed which can be scavenged from enemy guns. Workbenches are also in place where ammo can be crafted for the various weapons. The gunplay is satisfying and is fairly realistic with a focus on stealth. And last the game is not fully open world though each area is somewhat open which seems perfect for the situation and makes for a incredible game experience. All and all if you don’t mind being a wasteland survivor and exploring a brutal depressing world this game is for you!
Notes: violence is moderate blood is shown no gore when shot though.
Intense moments are great but not for all.
Bandits shout words like Motherfu*cker, shit and characters use all sorts of curse words but anyone mature enough will handle it.
Nothing sexual in game unlike Last Light.
Enjoy everyone!

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Positive Messages
Positive role models
Language
Teen, 15 years old Written bynewgeneration22 March 13, 2019

I love it the story was good and they should continue making metro games.

Fun but not for young kids.

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Positive Messages
Positive role models
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Violence & scariness
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Teen, 14 years old Written by31003abc123 March 11, 2019

For adults or mature teens.

"Metro Exodus" is a pretty good game. I played it and I enjoyed it. Even though the rating says that there are only sexy posters on the wall, there is also a strip club with topless women in the game. During the Caspian Sea mission when the player goes inside the Munai-Bailar oil rig, there is a strip club and brothel inside. The player is able to skip this if the player initiates a fight against Munai-Bailar, but other than that, the game is pretty good and could be played by anyone 10 and up. The language isn't any worse than the average 12 year old and the violence isn't any worse than any other game.

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Sexy stuff
Kid, 12 years old February 14, 2019

Tunnels, Mutants, and Vodka!

The Metro series has really been a good display of what Triple AAA companies can do now. With the new edition of Metro: Exodus, you play as the main protagonist Artyom, a survivor of the Metro, and battle your way through the Post-Apocalyptic tunnels of the once great Moscow metro! This game is a horror/survival, along with a FPS. It has some very intense and scary scenes which may be found not suitable for young children. Therefore I do not recommend it for 14 and below.

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Ease of Play
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking