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

Parents, this game is absolutely not for kids. The first half of the game has some extremely intense cinematics, and the inclusion of serial killers, victims, and violence strictly relegates Clock Tower 3 to an older crowd. There is no sexual content or questionable language.

Casual gamers will find a horror game that's very easy to play, and just the right length for a good weekend rental. It's not the best or the deepest, but it's worth a look.

Fans of Resident Evil will find a faster paced, more streamlined experience that doesn't offer many scares, but also skips a lot of what's been dragging that franchise down.

Horror gamers will love the first two sections of the story, but might be turned off by the odd shift in tone during the second half. It's also the least frightening horror game I've ever played, though there are a few choice moments.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers are treated to fairly good access. There is one particular cutscene that's missing the accompanying text and there are many significant auditory cues (specifically when enemies are approaching), but in general it's playable and has no significant barriers.

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