According to the ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

The biggest thing parents have to worry about is the difficulty level, which will cause younger players nightmarish frustration. There is no sexual content or questionable language. The violence is standard fare, consisting of shooting masked thugs and mutants.

Tomb Raider fans will want to check out the game's outstanding puzzles and level designs, far better than anything Lara ever got. And look, no annoying jumping!

Tactical strategy fans will either love it or hate it. There's no real strategy to the fighting, but the puzzles require efficient use of the entire team.

Bargain Basement Alert! Project Eden is the score of the century by retailing used for less than $10. A better deal does not exist.

Deaf and hard of hearing gamers get the old half-and half. The rendered cutscenes between levels feature spoken dialogue without any text, but all information during gameplay has both voice and text.

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