According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence
Parents will want to be wary of Resident Evil: Dead Aim. The game opens with a mature violence warning like all Resident Evil games do as if it were a tradition and the warning is well warranted due to the intense paranoia, disgusting corpses and the frequent bloodletting that occurs with all the zombie blasting that takes place.
Fans of the Survival Horror genre and Resident Evil fans should be happy with Dead Aim. The final results are short in length and content, but its still worth the ride (especially if you can find the title on the cheap).
Lightgun fans rejoice. Few shooting games that employ the often-maligned peripheral are this deep and intense. Dead Aim should be the standard to which all modern lightgun games are compared.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers should have no problems with Dead Aim. Bold flashing alert arrows point to enemy locations on screen and reduce the need for audio cues. There are visible subtitling options for the story sequences although gamers who can listen to the audio will be baffled at the inaccuracies between the spoken dialogue and the on-screen captioning.