Parents should be wary of the usual kind of violence associated with first-person shooters. It's not gratuitous, but it is intense and there is a fair bit of bloodletting.
First-person shooter fans are well advised to give RS3 a look. It's one of the better entries in the genre in some time.
Xbox owners, this is the best shooter since Halo and is being hyped as a major holiday release. If you have Xbox Live, you'll be a fool to pass this one up.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will miss out on a fair bit of in-game instructions, cutscene audio (there are no subtitles), and the online play is heavily reliant on the voice communicator.
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