According to ESRB, this game contains: Everyone Animated Blood, Mild Violence
Parents have nothing to worry about with Everblue 2. The only violence comes from the occasional shark or moray eel attack, and even that are pretty much devoid of blood. The niche nature of the game, however, not to mention its somewhat static nature, may mean that young children will lose interest fast.
Role-Playing Game fans will definitely want to check out the game, as it puts a different twist on a familiar genre.
Casual gamers may also enjoy the title, as they might find its real-world setting a tad more accessible.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will have no problem with this game as all the dialogue is text-based and the sonar tool has a visual cue to let you know when you're near a treasure.
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