According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence
Parents have nothing to worry about here. It may be extremely difficult and kids may find the story to be about as exciting as math homework, but there is no nudity or sexual situations. There are no instances of questionable language, and although there's a bit of swordplay during the brief battle animations, it's never explicit or bloody.
Strategy fans should buy the game immediately since this kind of title is becoming more rare every year. It's very well done and is sure to satisfy anyone who enjoys the genre.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will have no problems. There is no voice work, so all dialogue is presented through text. There are no significant auditory cues, and in fact, I played the entire game with the sound off and had no difficulty whatsoever.
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