Parents will not find anything remotely objectionable in World Racing.

Racing fans should probably avoid this game unless they have a serious Benz obsession. There's enough quality racers out there that even a rental would probably be better used on another title.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will not find much to miss, with no significant audio cues and no situations that would warrant subtitling.

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

As the game is rated T, parents should probably avoid letting the younger ones play this title, but the level of violence is fairly low and never truly graphic, so there shouldn't be a great deal of concern with this title.

Considering the lower price point and the historical significance of the game, Final Fantasy Origins is worth looking into, although the length of the games might preclude renting for casual gamers.

RPG fans looking to complete their collections will undoubtedly want to pick up Final Fantasy Origins.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers should not have any concerns, as these games remain as text-based as their original counterparts.

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

Parents have little to worry about, as this game is less violent than your average Warner Bros. cartoon and only marginally more so than Disney—that said, those who are opposed to casual violence, even in a cartoon format, might want to steer clear.

Gamers in general should probably give this title a miss unless they can find it fairly cheap. There are better puzzle games out there.

Worms fans and fans of puzzle games might want to rent this game if they have a friend to play the game with.

Hearing impaired gamers will enjoy not having their eardrums assaulted with squealing Cockney worms, as well as being able to enjoy a game that has no substantial audio cues.

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Suggestive Themes

Parents have little to worry about, unless they feel that their child is at risk for extreme sports overexposure.

Players in general should steer clear of this game unless they're complete jet ski maniacs. There are both better racing games and better games that involve pulling off tricks. Jet X20 does neither well, and cannot provide an enjoyable synergy between the two.

Fans of racing games should sit down and think about what they're looking for in a game. If they truly feel that they are interested in seeing a more varied, less cohesive experience, a rental may be in order.

Hearing-impaired gamers shouldn't have qualms about playing this game. Although there are some audio cues used, they are all made redundant by visual activity, with the added bonus of not having to deal with the insipid catch phrases being spewed over the waterways.

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