A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Violence & Scariness
Lots of shooting in this one, plus characters explode, heads roll, and mass quantities of blood spill from bodies, pool, and stain walls.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Sex is implied, though not explicitly shown. A sexy teen character wears a shirt that says SLUT.
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Goddamn is used once, plus there is that shirt.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that there's lots of shooting, plus characters explode, heads roll, and mass quantities of blood spill from bodies, pool, and stain walls. The time travel elements may appeal to even young science fiction fans, but the violence makes it appropriate only for the most mature teens and adults. It has wide online gaming appeal, but Common Sense Media does not recommend online play for kids under 12.
Is It Any Good?
Although a standard first-person shooter in many respects, memorable characters and varied worlds keep experienced players interested. The idea of traveling through time sounds great, but this aspect is only moderately interesting. The worlds are imaginative, but they aren't grounded in reality and players don't get the sense that they are actually traveling to a different time period. The enemy AI is average, but the weapons have a realistic range that enhances gameplay.
This would be a great game for younger players if not for the violence, which is intense. A flamethrower in certain scenes ensures screaming deaths; bodies are enveloped in a cloud of blood when shot; and blood pools on the ground. Parents should be aware of Vampire Mode, where the player is able to restore health by killing other players. Parents should take great caution before allowing younger teens to play online: Because of the game's violent nature and M-rating, your kid is likely to play with much older players.
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