Virginia parental review

Virginia is an interactive thriller about an FBI agent trying to track down a missing person. DRUGS: The main character swallows an unnamed substance which causes her to hallucinate. There is no hint at what the substance is. Elsewhere in the game, in one room there is a bottle labelled LSD. LANGUAGE: There is one … Continue reading Virginia parental review

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Year Walk parental review

HORROR: There is no visible violence in Year Walk, but the theme is dark and the ending is unhappy. Most of the story is left to the imagination, as not much of the plot is spoon fed to the player. This makes it haunting. As you play through the game, you'll encounter various creatures from Swedish mythology … Continue reading Year Walk parental review

The Bunker parental review

The Bunker is a live-action game featuring John, a man who has lived his life in a nuclear bunker on his own after the outside world was devastated by a nuclear apocalypse. He experiences flashbacks to his childhood. LANGUAGE: There is one use of strong language in an exclamation 'for f**k's sake'. Mild and moderate … Continue reading The Bunker parental review

Star Wars Battlefront parental review

Star Wars Battlefront is a shooter based on the Star Wars films. VIOLENCE: Violence is no worse than in the films. The same futuristic weapons such as laser guns and lightsabers that you see in the films are used to defeat enemies in combat. Though explosions can be triggered, the violence in this game never … Continue reading Star Wars Battlefront parental review

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter parental review

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter is a detective/thriller game. Players assume the role of Sherlock Holmes, who must solve various murders. VIOLENCE: There are some scenes of moderate violence. In the reconstruction of a murder, a man is stabbed with a bladed weapon. In another scene, a character's throat is slit, although it is not … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter parental review

Rock Band Rivals parental review

Rock Band Rivals is a music game. The below description is also applicable for Rock Band 4. SEX: One song contains a reference to rough sex and another song contains a reference to masturbation. DRUGS: Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo contains the line 'I’m getting high all the time, I hope you all are too' and That Smell contains … Continue reading Rock Band Rivals parental review

Overwatch parental review

Overwatch is a multiplayer first-person shooter with a cartoon art style. VIOLENCE: Gameplay features moderate violence involving fantasy characters shooting at each other and is accompanied by grunts of pain and occasional blood spurts. Defeated enemies fall to the ground. The unrealistic, cartoon art style of the game mitigates the level of detail and impact of the … Continue reading Overwatch parental review

Monster Hunter Generations parental review

Monster Hunter Generations is a fantasy action role-playing game in which players must hunt down various monsters. VIOLENCE: Players use melee weapons such as swords as well as ranged weapons such as a bow to fight monsters, resulting in splashes of colour or red blood effects. Though these blood effects may be frequent during a … Continue reading Monster Hunter Generations parental review

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst parental review

 Mirror's Edge Catalyst is a first-person action-adventure/platforming game. Players assume the role of Faith, who has to fight a ruthless corporation that rules the City of Glass. Gameplay is mostly made up of free-running across buildings and platforming. VIOLENCE: Faith must sometimes fight guards in melee combat. She can punch, kick and take down guards who … Continue reading Mirror’s Edge Catalyst parental review

Inside parental review

Inside is a grayscale 2D platformer with an ambiguous plot and minimalist visuals. Players assume the role of an unnamed, defenceless boy. VIOLENCE: If the player makes a mistake when traversing obstacles or avoiding enemies, the boy dies. Some of these deaths may be disturbing, the worst ones showing the boy being mauled by a … Continue reading Inside parental review