Parents' Guide to

Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp

By Angelica Guarino, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Dating sim embraces cult following in mature sequel.

Game Linux , Mac , Windows 2020
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What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 18+

Based on 1 parent review

age 18+

Roll to Seduce!

Although nothing is shown, sexual encounters are described at nauseam. It is REALLY funny and great to play with some friends and with some alcohol, but the content is very…. Risqué.

Is It Any Good?

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While many sequels fall into the trap of wanting to please everyone, this title leans into giving its audience what they want. It takes many playthroughs of Monster Prom 2: Monster Camp to learn each monster's preferences and personality, and the script is just as outrageous and fun as the first game. It's clear that 100% of the general public may not pick up on every Dungeon and Dragons reference or find the humor in mediating disagreements between a fiery monster slayer and her clingy Hex, but if you loved Monster Prom, this game's tailor-made for you. Fan-favorite features like competitive multiplayer games and secret endings are back, and the references to the previous chapter feels like a friend sharing an inside joke. That being said, it's also careful to not alienate new players by using anything about the previous game as a core story element. If you don't recognize Damien LaVey from Monster Prom, no problem. If he's your favorite character and you're ecstatic to flirt with him again, even better. Also, just as the first chapter, Monster Prom 2 is inclusive of the LGBTQ+ community by adding gender-neutral pronouns and same-sex couples.

It's worth an experience no matter what, but if you weren't enthralled with Monster Prom, this installment may not hit the mark either. The game can feel repetitive if a player isn't invested in collecting every possible event and ending. Also, it's notably more explicit than the last, containing more instances of swearing and overtly sexual content. To temper this, there's a filter menu to tone down some of the jokes. But even with all of the content filters turned on, don't expect an adventure appropriate for younger players.

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