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Parents Guide for
Resident Evil 6 (2012) (VG) More at IMDbPro »Baiohazâdo 6 (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Rated M : Zombie Violence, Language, Some Sexual Content

During Jake's campaign, there is a scene where a man and woman are scantily clad in a locker room (the man is shirtless wearing only pyjama pants, the woman has a cleavage-revealing hospital gown). The man briefly "checks out" the woman as she undresses (bare back is seen) before looking away.

Some sexual references.

Violence & Gore

High amounts of blood and gore. Basic zombies can have their flesh cut or shot off with guns resulting in their ribcage and spine being visible. Zombies that are lying on the ground can either be stabbed with a knife or the player can stomp on their head (resulting in a head-explosion of blood and flesh).

Many zombies burst into flames and crumble into ash after killing them.

Some infected human enemies can grow new, grotesque limbs in the area where they were just shot.

One creature can break into pieces when shot, only for the pieces to crawl back together and reform.

One scene where a creature is shoved into a meat grinder.


Frequent uses of sh*t, occasional uses of b*tch, damn, jesus christ, a**hole, pr*ck. Four or five uses of the f-word (the majority being in Jake's campaign).

A main character is seen drinking alcohol at a bar and becomes agitated when the bartender refuses to serve him anymore. A character plays with a cigarette lighter, but no smoking is seen.

A man becomes infected with a virus and his body splits open, primarily down the middle. Blood, muscle and skull are visible. He transforms into various fleshy and bizzare creatures.

The same man later becomes impaled on a large spike (similar to a smaller version of the washington monument) and massive amounts of blood wash down the sides of the spike. As he is dying, his face splits in two and his skull (which is also split) is visible This may disturb sensitive viewers

A soldier's arm is badly crushed by a large metal container and the soldier screams in pain. As this is occuring, the soldier's captain is captured by a creature and is struggling to get free. In desperation to rescue his captain, the soldier rips his body from his arm, severing it. He screams in agony as his arm is torn off. Some viewers may find this scene quite gut-wrenching

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