According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence
Parents will note that this game offers what any jet fighter simulation would: enemy fighters and targets being destroyed in a realistic manner often using weapons of mass destruction. However, neither blood nor gore is present here. This being said, the choice is up to them to decide whether or not the game is suitable for young ones.
Fans of PC flight simulators will quickly get frustrated and probably think to themselves "If only I had a joystick" every time their aircraft gets destroyed.
Newcomers to the genre will be cheated by the fact that this game does not offer an experience comparable to similar titles on the PC. I will rarely take the side of the PC as opposed to home consoles but in this case, the best games of the type are found on computers, not videogame systems.
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