According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence
Parents who don't mind their children virtually fighting one another with all sorts of weapons that belong in 1970s kung fu movies will find Soul Calibur III to be mostly acceptable. There is no profanity, sex or blood to be concerned about. The only issues may be a few scantily clad female characters that can be played and in the create-a-fighter mode that would allow a player to create a bikini-thong clad warrior.
Fans of Soul Calibur and two-player versus games will love Soul Calibur III. The game engine is rock solid and there's tons more content and modes. Sadly though, online play is still missing.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers should have no problems since almost all gameplay cues are visual and spoken dialogue is subtitled.
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