According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence
Parents should note that there is one fairly violent scene at the beginning of this game. While the sprites are drawn in an anime style and there is no gore, the scene is still quite intense. The game is also violent throughout, and not matter what the language or depiction used, parents need to be wary.
Fans of the original Mega Man games will probably enjoy this title. Mega Man Zero is faithful enough to feel familiar, yet contains enough new elements to keep things interesting. Some, though, may find the constant need to level up weapons and Cyber Elves a little monotonous.
Mega Man X fans will probably be glad to see Zero finally star in a game of his own.
Novice gamers who are interested should consider that Mega Man Zero is billed as the 'most challenging Mega Man yet.' Mega Man Zero is far harder than most of the games currently available on the GBA, and there is no option for setting difficulty levels.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will have no trouble playing Mega Man Zero. Dialogue and instructions are all conveyed through text boxes.
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