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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Role models of how not to behave.
Violence & Scariness
Excessive blood and gore, violence with and without weapons, chemical and explosive weapons.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
One costume that can be acquired for a female character is a "bunny" costume, including fishnet stockings etc.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol shown briefly.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this game is designed to be scary and bloody. In fact, it starts with a disclaimer advising that the game contains "explicit violence and gore." While there are some positive elements to the game, such as teamwork and puzzle-solving, this M-rated title is for adults only.
Is It Any Good?
If your kid is asking to play or purchase this game, you need to know that this is not for them: It is rated "M" by the ESRB for good reason. Fortunately, the game is candid about the violence -- even before the game begins there's a disclaimer that the game contains "explicit violence and gore." Overall, the game environment is designed to create a sense of fear and foreboding and contains a lot of elements found typically in horror movies. In addition to the violence, there's a fairly consistent stream of profanity.
There are a few minor positive elements, including the need for problem-solving skills to figure out puzzles, most of which are simple scenarios. Although the game is violent and bloody, it doesn't always emphasize confrontation. Players get a significant point bonus for not using a weapon, and another bonus for not getting hurt at all. Finally, the game utilizes teamwork: Allied characters can be controlled by the computer or played by other human friends over a network.
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