As a teen who is a pretty serious gamer, I had to get the Vita day one. And, of course, with it I got Uncharted, the most anticipated Vita game. This game mainly plays out like an action movie, reminiscent of Indiana Jones. You're searching for a treasure (of sorts) and hunting down enemies as you do it. And like Indiana Jones, the enemies can never hit you, but you always hit them. When you hit enemies, blood will fly out, which is not all that graphic, but is very noticible. Also, you can kill people in melee combat, snapping their neck, which makes a noticeable "crack", or crushing them into walls. And in this game, bodies actually stay in place instead of disappearing, which can be a little odd when you have 5 or ten around you. There is also a lot of swearing, although no f's or c's, and theirs plenty of sexual jokes that younger players will not understand. However, this game is no worse than a typical tv show, and it's likely most teens have seen or played worse.