The Witcher III: Wild Hunt parental review

The Witcher: Wild Hunt is a fantasy role-playing game based on a series of novels by a Polish author. Players assume the role of Geralt, a Witcher who is looking for his daughter Ciri. VIOLENCE: Gameplay contains frequent bloody violence against human and fantastical enemies as Geralt uses melee weapons such as swords to defeat … Continue reading The Witcher III: Wild Hunt parental review

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Project X Zone 2 parental review

Project X Zone 2 is a strategy RPG. VIOLENCE: Project X Zone 2 features violence towards creatures and other humans, which can include magic attacks, punches and kicks and weapons such as swords. The violence is cartoonish, over-the-top and unrealistic, so it would be silly to classify it too high. The fast pace of the … Continue reading Project X Zone 2 parental review

South Park: The Stick of Truth parental review

South Park: The Stick of Truth is a cartoon turn-based role-playing game based on the cartoon comedy series. Combat is turn-based, meaning characters and enemies take turns to perform various attacks. Certain scenes described below (the anal probe and abortion scene) have been censored in Europe, but even the censored version of the game we … Continue reading South Park: The Stick of Truth parental review

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition parental review

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is a remastered version of the open world fantasy role-playing game Skyrim. The player has to save the land of Skyrim in a time of civil war. VIOLENCE: The player attacks enemies using various weapons such as swords and axes. Attacks generally cause blood spurts but no detail of the … Continue reading The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition 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

Hyper Light Drifter parental review

Hyper Light Drifter is an action RPG with a retro, pixellated art style, viewed from an isometric perspective. Players assume the role of a Drifter who is trying to quieten a disease. VIOLENCE: The BBFC's guidelines at PG state 'Violence will usually be mild. However there may be moderate violence, without detail' In Hyper Light Drifter, the Drifter must use … Continue reading Hyper Light Drifter parental review

God Eater Resurrection parental review

God Eater Resurrection is a role-playing game in which players must fight various fantasy creatures. VIOLENCE: Players can use melee weapons such as swords to slash at enemies and projectile weapons to shoot them. Though the violence is moderate, it results in realistic blood spurts which are very noticeable. This goes further than permitted by … Continue reading God Eater Resurrection parental review

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided parental review

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a sci-fi stealth/action shooter set in a cyberpunk future where some people have augments, granting them superhuman abilities. Players assume the role of Jensen, an augmented human who must track down a terrorist group. VIOLENCE: Jensen can shoot and stab enemies, resulting in blood spurts and realistic sound effects. Blood … Continue reading Deus Ex: Mankind Divided parental review

Dark Souls parental review

Dark Souls is a fantasy RPG. VIOLENCE: The BBFC's guidelines state that 'at 15 violence may be strong. It should not dwell on the infliction of pain or injury, however, and the strongest gory images are unlikely to be acceptable.' Gameplay in Dark Souls features strong bloody violence towards various creatures and monsters using weapons … Continue reading Dark Souls parental review