Titan Quest Anniversary Edition

Game review by Michael Lafferty, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 13+

Classic fast-paced action, combat against mythical monsters.

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age 7+

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age 7+


I suggest it for people who like playing games that there is a multiplayer coop or single player. It's a fun game about fighting monsters and completing quests. 10-stars!
age 7+

Kid friendly Diablo

Yes the game consists primarily of violence but it’s against cartoonish monsters and based loosely on Greek mythology. Also it’s violence against mindless monsters rather than human like characters (contrast a cutesy game like cat quest which in seeming to promote violence as a means of settling disputes is arguably more of a concern) There’s no sexualised female characters like in many fantasy games and no blood. The stat based weapons and armour add a bit of thinking for younger kids. Great to play co op with my 7 year old daughter.

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