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Sex & Nudity

Maybe a reference or 2, no nudity.

Violence & Gore

You almost never see a scene without it. Shooting enemies causes blood to fly about, and they can be splattered with graphic detail on their innards.

Profanity

Use of the f-word is basically constant. Other words are used as well.

References to several drugs. You can enter a cheat code called "acid mode" which makes the screen much more vivid, a different shaded color, and everything sounds as if it is in slow motion (an obvious reference to the drug.) There is a conversation of drugs as well. You also take a type of pills to replenish your health (not for the purpose of just taking them, however.)

The plot is that your character is mentally unstable and the game displays somewhat disturbing flashbacks on screen throughout all of gameplay, usually accompanying a loud eerie noise. Some may startle the player if he/she doesn't expect it.

Game has dark and creepy atmosphere in it. Enemies have very frightening look.

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