According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Violence
Parents might be a wee bit concerned about little ones watching screaming, fleeing villagers cut down by advancing monsters, but it's not bloody or gruesome just a little sad. Otherwise, the game's all about man vs. monster combat, so use your best judgment. There is no questionable language or sexual content.
Action gamers will find a nice, tight package that will definitely give your thumbs a workout. There may not be enough variety to keep you playing for extended sessions, but it's dynamite in small doses.
Maximo fans know exactly what to expect. Zin is better than Ghosts to Glory in every respect, but they're effectively the same game. If you wanted more, here it is. If you're looking for a new experience, you may want to pass.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers won't have any major problems. Subtitles are available for all dialogue and there are no crucial auditory cues, though sometimes listening for monster sounds was helpful when the camera wasn't. No big barriers here.
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