According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Animated Violence
Parents won't have to worry about blood as little of it shows, but Soul Fighter is still a beat em up and some may just object to that type of game.
Consumer shoppers beware. Soul Fighter may sound a lot like Soul Calibur, but they are nowhere the same. Don't be fooled by this obvious attempt to misdirect buyers.
Casual gamers looking for gameplay with real depth will be severely disappointed. Soul Fighter is about as mindless as gaming can get and will likely lose gamers after just a couple of hours of playing.
Fighting game fans would be advised to look elsewhere for your fighting needs as Sega has just released Zombie's Revenge (or you could wait for Crave's Draconis: Cult Of The Wyrm to hit shelves). Anyone looking for some old-school fighting action should wait for the upcoming Dreamcast port of Gauntlet Legends.
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