According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Mild Violence
Parents shouldnt find much to object to with Tactics Ogre: The Knight Of Lodis. The violence is innocuous and Im struggling to recall even an instance where the language might be objectionable. Younger gamers will most likely be bored by the slow pace of the game and the complexity of the battles, but children around ten and up should be able to pick up the game and enjoy it without any major difficulty.
Fans of the Ogre Battle series should run out and grab a copy as soon as possible. This title features the standard Tactics Ogre style of gameplay, story, and execution—all factors that will no doubt please hardcore fans of the games in this series.
Fans of strategy RPGs would also be advised to pick up the game as well. While not quite on the level of Final Fantasy Tactics, Tactics Ogre comes much closer to emulating that game than the much-hyped (and ultimately disappointing) Hoshigami.
Collectors will want to grab a copy as well—the games in the Ogre Battle series always seem to have small print runs, meaning they become rare collectors items once they go out of print. This game hasnt been out for two months yet, and its already hard to find. Grab one now before the price on Ebay goes through the roof.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Gamers have nothing to worry about since this game features no voice acting.