According to the ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence
Parents don't have anything to worry about when looking at the content included by the developers, but I suppose it's worth mentioning that it's possible to create inappropriate images if the artist playing the game is so inclined. There are no instances of questionable language or sexual situations, and the violence never gets more graphic than simple punches or swords swipes, but it is possible to create any type of visual image using the game's powerful drawing tools. I suppose it's unavoidable that anyone playing this game will create a huge set of wobbly genitals at some point, but I want to be clear that no inappropriate content of any kind comes preloaded on this disc. It's safe for your kids…as long as they play it safe.
Fans of niche games or customization will have a field day. Hours fly by like seconds once the options for using the drawing engine are fully unlocked. Sitting down and watching a simple creation spring to 3D life is incredible, and at a low MSRP of $30, there's really no excuse not to pick this up. However, if you come to the table looking for action-packed gameplay, you're probably going to be disappointed.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Gamers will have no problems. All voice work is accompanied by full text during cutscenes, and there are no significant auditory cues during gameplay.
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