According to ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence, Language, Suggestive Themes

Parents should be aware that there is a lot of stuff going on in this seemingly cartoon-like game. The dialog (infrequently) included words like bastard, pissed and libido. The latter was in reference to a character that is obviously a womanizer. The story features some situations that imaginative young players may find uncomfortable: innocent villagers killed, people mutated into monsters, a boy who must deal with both his adopted dad and biological father.

RPG Fans should be right at home.

Gamecube owners should give this game a try.

Voice-acting critics will find the voice-acting to be hit or miss; I found Colette particularly annoying.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers should be fine: all dialog is presented in speech bubbles onscreen, in addition to voiceovers.

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Parents should know that the game, as with all RPGs, has a lot of killing but nothing gruesome. If anything, this game is likely to be too tough for anyone under the teen rating.

Fans of turn-based RPGs, look elsewhere if you don't want something with more action.

RPG devotees will have a grand time!

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers shouldn't run into problems, thanks to subtitles for dialog.

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Fantasy Violence

Parents should know that this game's content is appropriate for children, although younger children might find it difficult. The game provides many hints to help players progress through each level (too many hints for experienced gamers), which will balance that out, particularly on the easy team mode.

Fans of Sonic may or may not like this game, depending on how forgiving they are of implementation flaws. The game is worth trying because it does have genuinely enjoyable parts, but sadly it won't be for everyone.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will be happy to know that all dialogue is subtitled. Although it's not always evident which character is speaking (names aren't indicated), this doesn't really affect gameplay or the hokey story, and in-game hints have matching text—but can be hard to follow when the action is heavy.

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