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More to it that the reviewer didn't catch

I've been playing the trilogy (yes, this is the final part of a trilogy) since it came out in 2005. In terms of story, the reviewer got it right. What the reviewer did NOT get right is the multiplayer modes. There is a race mode, and once you enter the exit you can deploy a rocket and steer it in such a way as to kill rival players. The game can get frustrating the farther into it you go as levels start to get harder. Minimalist graphics make this tame for an E10+ rating compared to some E10+ rated games I've played (they should consider reviewing Enter the Gungeon, that started at E10+ and graduated t ok a T rating.)

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Easy to play/use