According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gord, Mild Language, Violence
Parents should be aware that this game isn't geared towards young children. There are a few dead bodies in the game, some of them graphically depicted, and some moderate sexual innuendo, but nothing in the game goes out of its way to be crudely offensive.
Fans of the Broken Sword series will recognize a few faces and places, and can rest assured that the feel of the previous games is intact.
Adventure gamers can buy this with confidence, although they should be prepared to be patient during the load times and irritating crate puzzles.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers can enjoy full dialogue subtitles that are also color-coordinated to better keep track of who is speaking. The subtitles also cover certain important noises, like the barking of dogs. A fine effort was made in this department.
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