According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence
There is no blood or graphic violence for parents to worry about—all of the combatants are machines. But this is war after all, and war is hell, right? Wild Metal isn't a bad game, and it should find a decent audience on Dreamcast. A rental would be strongly recommended, as the one-player mode is ultimately disappointing. The fun two-player battle mode almost makes up for it.
Casual gamers will find the simple action and gameplay inviting, while action game and war simulation enthusiasts will appreciate the attention to detail during combat.