Kid reviews for Watch Dogs: Legion

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Common Sense says

age 18+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 21 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 37 reviews

age 12+

This title has:

Too much swearing
age 10+

Amazing

Really like this game the only dissipontment that I can think of is I heard people say that I could be any one in the game but you have to see them do a quest. Two if they dont like dedsec but overall good game. Does not deserve 18+ there is blood swearing but no nudity
age 14+

Certainly some issues. But not 18+

Depicts blood and gore. While it does depict that, the gore is often not depicted in very good quality. Swearing is frequent, but thats what you expect in London, (haha) Lastly, there are depictions of nudity, but it's widely in the background. There is no sex, and it's something you'd see in your average city
age 8+

This title has:

Easy to play/use
age 13+

No reason why commonsense media have made it 18+

This game is a perfect choice for people who want a James bond like game with plenty of action but also stealth. This game is really good for kids as it promotes stealth over violence, it is excellent in the car department as well with over 30 different vehicles and a sense of real badassness as you zoom through the streets. As for the sex their is none whatsoever and the apparent tight revealing clothing is in one seen where a character gets out of bed the so called revealing clothing was their pyjamas! The only really iffy bit of the whole game is the organ harvesting, but your character doesn’t even have to look at it, you can just walk past it. You can also turn off swearing so in my opinion that makes the game M and if your kid has already got any of the previous watchdogs, this is the mildest yet. All round great game with good messages about standing up for yourself and others, and doing the right thing no matter how scary and intimidating it may seem. I highly recommend for any one into cool action/spy games

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Easy to play/use
age 11+

11 and up

i think you should let your kids play it i got the game when i was 17 because that was how old i was when it came out it is really fun there is no sex in it like there was in watch dogs 2 but there is some blood but if you let your kid play call of duty or ton clancys rainbow six siege or other M rated games you should be fine one other thing if you dont like your kid to hear language yoou can turn ut off in the settings. so if your kid wants it and he or she is a 11 and up i would give it to them.

This title has:

Easy to play/use
age 9+

What Parents Need To Know!

Parents this is a great game for kids 9 and up! I know a lot of you is very strict about swear words! You can turn that off in the setting. Yes there is some bloody stuff and no sexual stuff. So I really recommend buying this for your kids if they want it!

This title has:

Great messages
age 12+

Good, but

I got this for Christmas so shortly after it came out and I was enjoying it. I am British so I liked that it was set in London. However I soon started thinking that they were taking the mick out of the British with this game because of the lack of guns unlike the previous two games and it seemed our accent was so annoying which isn’t good and the game didn’t have enough hacking in it. I finished the campaign after a while which I really enjoyed but after that there weren’t many side quests so I did them. I then got all of the abilities and recruited lots of people and after that there was just the case of getting all of the masks. The game got very boring as there was hardly any content after the main story and so I waited for the online mode to come. It finally came and all of my recruits were gone which was bad. I played the modes but the online was so bad that I couldn’t force myself to play it any longer so I decided to delete it. It was good but nowhere near the previous games and the online was very disappointing. Also hardly anyone played it so there were no videos on YouTube or people online. I wouldn’t waste 60 quid on it but maybe a tenner. Wouldn’t recommend kids to play it but anyone over 12 should be okay to play it.

This title has:

Too much swearing
age 12+

It's great

Watch Dogs Legion is a great game, as a British person having been to London before, it was fun exploring places I had been to in real life in the game. There's blood but you can't see much of it unless you shoot someone at point blank. I think it sends out an interesting message, post brexit London has become a dystopian 1984 type city, a private military company called Albion have taken over most of the duties of the standard police, Albion are rough and violent and don't hesitate to shoot someone resisting arrest, as the hacker group Dedsec you can choose from anyone you see on the streets to play as. If you kill a civilian you might regret it as they could have been a member of your team, someone you could have played as. Overall, towards the end of the game you run out of stuff to do and it gets a bit boring but the game's great and there's hardly any sex or violence. Let your kids play this game.

This title has:

Great messages
Easy to play/use
age 11+

It’s completely fine

There are lot of problems, First of all you can get drunk at a bar and punch people stronger while drunk, next there is a lot of protesting and you can recruit anybody off the streets, finally the online multiplayer, there is safe chat and you can turn of voice chat but there are a lot of micro transactions

This title has:

Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking