According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood & Gore, Animated Violence
Parents should be doubly-warned here. There is an option to remove all the blood and gore in the game thanks to a lockout code that must be entered once you start-up the game. This is something that should be considered because the game takes bodily dismemberment, gore, and blood to all new levels, but you must keep in mind that the enterprising youth you are trying to shield the graphic material from can very well find the code, which leaves the whole effort moot.
Wu-Tang fans, this is the game for you. The soundtrack is all Wu-Tang, the Wu-Tang characters are here, and both are in a quasi-Wu-Tang storyline.
Fighting game fans will want to take a look at the multiplayer simply because it's the first and possibly the only kind you'll ever find on the Sony PlayStation.
Anyone with an Nintendo 64 looking for a multiplayer game should look to Super Smash Bros., Mario Party, or Turok: Rage Wars, as these are all better all-around games. And despite being only a two-player brawler (not four), the similar playing, but much more diverse Power Stone will keep Dreamcast owners far more satisfied.
Thrill Kill mavens who have been patiently waiting for a game based on the infamous engine to appear; here it is and it doesn't disappoint.
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