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(2002 Video Game)

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Sex & Nudity

  • If this game were a movie, it would be PG-13 for Sexual References, Innuendo, Alchohol Consumption, and Brief Strong Language
  • -A few innuendos and double entendres are littered throughout, and would most likely go over children's heads.. Some are said quickly or subtle enough for maybe even some adults to miss them.
  • -A woman is having an affair with the main character's fiancé. The details are spoken over the phone, and are not that graphic.
  • -A man flirts to a woman briefly in a lecherous manner. He is also in a drunken state.
  • -In a couple options on the main menu screen, a naked female automotan is seen on the right hand side of the screen. Her bare breasts are shown. Non-sexual.
  • -Naked mannequins with breasts and nipples are shown in one quick and eerie part of the game, yet are mostly shaded over. Brief and non-sexual.
  • -One of the main themes of the game is how a woman is slowly detaching herself from her family and becoming estranged to her boyfriend. While it is not explicit, sexual undertones are hinted through the conversation regularly, later including the main character's fiancé becomes sexually involved with another woman due to their detachment (see the warning above).
  • -Two naked men sitting in a hot-tub exchange innuendous dialogue to eachother while they play chess. However, this only happens if the player clicks on them for interaction. Otherwise, they come across as men bathing and playing chess. They are only seen from the waist up.

Violence & Gore

  • -There's only one scene that involves blood, and it is not even shown. Only referenced.
  • -A man mutilates an automotan by removing the automatons hands. Not graphic.
  • -A deranged man attempts to kill the main character in a mine portal by sending a time bomb down an elevator shaft. The main character runs away before she can be seriously hurt.
  • -The main character blows up a factory.

Profanity

  • A few uses of "goddamn" throughout, a few uses a "damn", 2 uses of "bastard", and in some versions of the game, 1 or 2 uses of "bullshit".

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • There's a part of a game that involves wine drinking.
  • Another part involving an intoxicated Russian with several Vodka bottles lying around his home.
  • There's a part of the game that allows the player to make a cocktail out of a selection of alcohol of all kinds.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • -A man has an eerie infatuation with an opera singer, in which he convinces the main character to retrieve her from a spa so she can come and sing for him. While the opera star sings for him, he traps her inside a large cage and threatens violence toward the star and the main character, stating "Return Helena Romanski (the opera singer) back, or I shall not be responsible for my actions".
  • -The game overall is not frightening to violent at all, but instead calm and serene. The above example is an exception.

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