According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence
Parents should be aware of the mature language spouted by the in-game characters. They don't shy away from profanity, although it's appropriate and never excessive. Otherwise, expect the usual violence associated with gunplay and brawling.
Fans of "different and new" will appreciate the well-done immersion and narrative, but unless you can justify a purchase based on cutscenes alone, rent it instead.
FPS fans will have a good laugh (or moan in disgust) at the action the game contains. It's shoddy, not very exciting, and certainly not enough to keep your attention. Skip this if you want some addicting action.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers have the option of text during all in-game conversations. Audio cues are helpful at locating some enemies in hiding places, but in general the audio isn't crucial to gameplay.
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