According to the ESRB, this game contains: Crude Humor, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence
Parents should be aware that since this is a fighting game, there is (naturally) a considerable level of violence with flying fists, mean-looking kick attacks, crazy martial arts, and some bone-snapping throws. Some of the female characters display some racy poses and skimpy outfits, but in general the sexual content is low. Still, the game is clearly aimed at older players, so use caution with younger ones.
Fighter Fans who also own PSPs now have access to one of the best brawlers around. For all intents and purposes, this version is identical to the PS2's in terms of graphics and load time. Some might say that it's even better because all of the characters are available from the start, and the two new faces are a lot of fun to use.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers have nothing to worry about. The short story segments all come accompanied by full text, and 98% of the game is total action. No accessibility barriers here.
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