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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Can be positive or negative based on players decisions--the game presents both as viable options
Violence & Scariness
Fighting is a frequent option--the cruelty and frequency of battles can vary if the player is "light" or "dark"
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
You can gamble for a woman's freedom, choosing to set her free or keep her as a slave.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol use, plus players can purchase or find "implants" that are used to increase a variety of attributes--from strength to intelligence.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the complex moral themes and decisions presented here may be challenging for younger players. It is possible for kids to take on either good or evil roles; the game presents both as possible options. Also, most problems are resolved by violence, regardless of whether or not the player decides to be good or evil.
Is It Any Good?
This type of gameplay has advantages and disadvantages. While it is commendable that the game stresses how actions and decisions have consequences, there is no real guidance -- it is equally possible to play a "light" or "dark" character. Parents may wish to be active participants if they let their children play this game, stepping in to discuss decisions and the implications. The game has a considerable amount of non-violent resolutions and puzzle-based challenges to test the player's skill, but there are still plenty of combat sequences. For the most part they are not overtly gory, but there is some blood.
Some parts of the plot are rather mature for young players. In one scenario, you can gamble for a woman's freedom. If you win and set her free, you gain light side points; on the dark side, you can keep her as a slave, later extorting money from her. Alcohol and gambling are mentioned. Finally, on a technical level, the game can be buggy, locking up on occasion.
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