Parents' Guide to

The Hunger Games Adventures

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Movie/book spin-off emphasizes survival and building.

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The Hunger Games Adventures shows promise, but it's hard to tell from the limited beta version currently available whether the full-featured game will live up to the hype of the books and film. As it stands, social interaction is limited to Friends sending each other items requests. The bleak world of Panem is rendered in moody detail, and characters bear the likenesses of their movie counterparts. The number of quests is limited, but many do tackle the social problems of a poor district with themes like hunger and dilapidation. The game could use stronger tutorials, a functioning map, better social features, and more quests -- all of which will hopefully arrive in the newest updates.

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