Parents' Guide to

Kakegurui Twin

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Gambling-themed anime has strong language, sex.

TV Netflix Anime 2022
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Based on the manga series by Homura Kawamoto, this distinctive anime spinoff combines intellectualism and sexuality by featuring stories that combine game theory with BDSM attributes. Despite being a prequel to Kakegurui, Kakegurui Twin is told in a way that doesn't require knowledge of the original series in order to understand it. But it still features all the mathematical breakdowns of each game being played, and the edgy innuendo, that the original's known for. Some anime fans will appreciate what it has to offer, but it's not well-suited for young viewers who do not have an understanding of the cultural context in which parts of the story are presented.

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