According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence
Parents need not worry, about the only thing that is offensive in the game—aside from blowing people up—might be the needless pain inflicted on defenseless chickens.
SpyHunter fans may want to relive the good old days, but they are better off waiting for the Game Boy Advance version that Midway is preparing for release this summer. SpyHunter's gameplay is much more conducive to a 2-D background and that version should do the franchise justice.
GameCube and Xbox owners eager to get their hands on the game can look forward to ports set to arrive any day now. Whatever console you own, I'd highly recommend renting this title first.