Parents' Guide to

Risen 3: Titan Lords

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 18+

Fantasy game focused on morality is violent and bloody.

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Fans of "lite" RPGs that focus heavily on exploration and hack-and-slash combat are likely to find Risen 3: Titan Lords a worthy continuation of its best-selling predecessors. Although the story line and missions are sometimes trite and cliché, the characters come to life with strong voice acting, and the huge environments are visually striking and diversified. Learning the combat mechanics is rather simple -- players sharpen their skills with blades, guns, and some pretty awesome magic abilities -- though the game is on the easy side (especially for seasoned players). The lack of multiplayer is also a bit of a letdown. A patch for PC users fixed many of the graphical glitches and AI (artificial intelligence) bugs, which makes the campaign more engaging and immersive. Bottom line? Risen 3 delivers a fantastical experience that grows on you fast and leaves you wanting more.

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