According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence
Parents should be on the lookout for a small amount of blood, but there is no dismembering or graphic violence. It is, of course, war-themed and thus carries with it the violence intrinsic to the backdrop.
Xbox owners holding their breath for the upcoming squad shooter Brute Force might enjoy a taste of well-done squad mechanics.
PlayStation 2 owners get a far less polished version, but the gameplay is basically the same as its Xbox and PC counterparts.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers may miss out on some of the alerts of friendly commandos, but the computer will automatically turn the soldier you are commanding to face a threat provided that you are not moving him otherwise.
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