@ngrodamus think your looking into that way to much the age rating only tell you what kind of thing you'll find in the game (violence sex swearing etc) its not saying that its only for this age group (if i be wrong i'll be making nephews play a lot more golf games as there nearly all 3+, but this doesnt mean anybody playiong pga games will be amazing at it if over 3) besides this is the wii wii version so called as its on the wii and is amied like most wii games at the wii people
I'm interested in seeing how this game actually turns out once it's released.. the hand to hand combat reminded me of Batman: AA in the way that you can counter attack dudes with relative ease if they get ballsy and try to sucker punch you.
@Sophia I'm still very interested and do want to play this game. But for a representative of a game to immediately label an age range during a demo is a marketing no-no. If he would have said "this is enjoyable for all ages" and commented on the gameplay and puzzle complexes as benefactors, that would have been a great service to the game. But by giving it an immediate Elementary age range, he's turning away a lot of potential buyers. But maybe thats what he wants, because those buyers may then in turn figure that the PS3 and 360 versions are more appropriate for them.
@ngrodamus - not all games for kids are bad quality and there are plenty E10 games that adults play. I don't think the target audience really matters, as long as it interests you.
what a big disservice to your own game to label it for 7 - 12 year olds. i was really getting into the concept of this game until this guy decided to completely alienate me by insisting i was far far too old for this game and that the game was of a quality suitable for the most inexperienced of audiences. i don't even know what to say....sheesh.