According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence
Parents need not worry about a thing. This game is wholly inoffensive and, at the same time, exhibit not even the slightest note of condescension to its audience. Its just a wonderful cartoon. The only problem might be the difficulty: this game isnt particularly easy at times, so I wouldnt necessarily recommend it to very young children; although its content is certainly appropriate for any age. The bottom line is this: Mega Man Legends 2, like the first, is a cute and charming game with tons of personality to spare.
Fans of the original, as well as those of Tron Bonne, should be perfectly happy here, especially considering the expanded locations and numerous tweaks in gameplay.
Now the rest of you out there who are under the impression that there is something silly about cartoons and/or are having difficulty letting go of the notion that all 3D games should play like Tomb Raider… you should do yourselves a big favor by picking up this game and finding out what the rest of us know: that Mega Man Legends 2 is about the closest thing youll get to an old-school adventure/RPG here in the twilight months of the PlayStation.
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