According to ESRB, this game contains: Suggestive Themes, Violence
Parents should be cautious, for some of the violence here can be a little excruciating, even though there is no bloodletting. Otherwise it's just 3D models hitting and bouncing each other around.
Fans of the series should know this is the ultimate version, complete with a special mode to fight in a smooth version of the first game complete with graphics and sound, but with the new characters and moves intact. Those who picked up the first game will have to weigh in the odds, for the biggest, most rewarding additions to the game are the two new characters. Otherwise the game remains the same.
Fight fans alike should see to pick up this game, but only if they want to dedicate a certain amount of time for mastery.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will miss out on short but sour voice samples, but won't need any other audio clues.
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