A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
You are working to stop biological attacks, but the game's images of terrorism play on already-heightened anxieties.
Violence & Scariness
Countless enemies are dispatched in blood-splattered battles.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Sultry, cleavage-baring baddie slinks through many of the cut scenes, but pretty tame otherwise.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is way too bloody and violent for kids. It features a detailed back story concerning international terrorism and large-scale biological attacks on civilian populations. This might be too frightening for younger teens, who are well aware of the threat of terrorism.
Is It Any Good?
On top of the menacing premise, this is a brutally violent game. Opponents come flooding toward you non-stop, and their deaths are graphic: Set an opponent on fire, for example, and watch him struggle and burn to a crisp. And the frustraing gameplay is likely to give you a headache. There's much less room for error than in other shooter games (all in the name of authenticity, apparently), and just when you think you've figured out one task, a voice will break in to let you know you've failed another. What you're left with is a bloody, frustrating mess of a game that tries to create a realistic sense of menace but instead achieves only a real level of dissatisfaction.
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