UNCHARTED 2: Among Thieves is, by far, the BEST game I've ever played. It's got a great story, amazing visuals, fantastic gameplay, and exciting multiplayer. However, this game is not for everyone, especially younger kids. All characters swear- a lot. They usually say these things in sticky situations, when bombs go off, and when they're yelling at each other in anger. Words include a--, sh--, go-----, da--. a-- wipe, bi---, son of a bi---, and other variations. The violence is crazy- blood spurts out graphically out of enemies, and there is a large array of arsenal for Nathan Drake, the protagonist, to choose. You must use these wisely to help you defeat certain kinds of foes, especially towards the end of the game. You can fight in fistfights, which are graphic but involve good timing. Players are encouraged, however, to "silent kill" or "assassinate" enemies by sneaking up behind and choking them to death, which is also quite grisly. There is one scene where Nathan and Chloe, two protagonists, lay on top of one another, and the scene following suggests they had an affair. Nothing is actually shown. After all this, what good can you find? Nathan and his friends work together to stop a Russian war-psycho who is on a quest to steal the treasure of Shambala- the Chintamanti (I think that's what it's called) stone. Nathan displays courage, devotion, and follows the rule of "no man left behind." Overall, UNCHARTED 2: Among Thieves is a must have on the PS3, but is not for younger kids at all.