A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Nothing you would want your kid to imitate.
Violence & Scariness
The game is all about violence, with players able to kill hundreds of villains in a single round of the game.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Women warriors wear tight fitting revealing clothing.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that in addition to unbelievable amount of violence, this game also features women warriors who wear little clothing while swinging large swords. This game is not suitable for players under the age of 15, and it may not capture the attention of more mature players who quickly tire of violent games.
Is It Any Good?
That said, this is an extremely violent game you that you might want to keep out of your kid's library. The killing weapon of choice is a samurai sword that's always razor-sharp and ready to inflict harm on villains chasing you through the unique environments.
The game has no educational value and features more violence than you'll find in some of the other T-rated titles offered by KOEI. If you're looking for an action title for your tween or younger teen, look elsewhere.
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