Game Description: Based on Todd McFarlane's series of Monsters action figures, sets players on an action packed adventure to hunt down famous creatures from literature., In this Monstrous game aptly named McFarlane's Evil Prophecy, the game play is from a third person perspective as you seek out evil beings like Dracula, Hunchback of Notre Dame etc to vanquish them. To save the world from certain disaster, you will be able to wield swords, cast magic spells, and use various other 19th century weapons to destroy the monsters.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence
Parents should avoid this game like the plague. Not because it's excessively gory (although it is), more because it's unbelievably bad. Give this to your children as a gift and they may never forgive you.
Todd McFarlane videogame completists will want to pick it up, as it lives up to his personal standard of incredibly bad licensed games.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers should be fine, since there are no audio cues of any kind, and all the dialogue is presented in writing (and only in writing). They still shouldn't play the game, though.