This sounds like a cool game, but I personally don't like the cartoon look. The goblins and trolls don't look fierce enough and the humans look like Mr. Incredible clones. This will appeal to young'uns who want an action RPG their mommies and daddies will approve of because it looks, well, like a cartoon.
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i find that the Empire Earth games are better.
maybe if more accessible media like movies and music were restricted, this wouldn't be such a bad idea. Yes, a lot of kids play games, but not as many as those who watch movies and listen to music. EVERY kid watches movies and jams to tunes and I think they are more harmful than sitting down at a game once in a while.
And here are people trying to prevent others from making decisions themselves. If there is a game I don't agree with, I don't play it. If there is a movie I think is too violent or satanic, guess what, I don't watch it. You don't see people picketing or marching in front of Paramount, Universal, or Hollywood, do you? Let's look at the movie The Ant Bully. Yeah, it's a kid's movie, but what is it really teaching. You got it, revenge against the original bully. These ants get back at this kid and do it good. Regardless if this is nonviolent, the theme is the same. "I ain't taking no $hit from nobody." Now, Jack Thompson, what would you want your kid to do when approached by bullies. Cower and run off to you like a sissy? They'll never grow into and independent responsible adult if they do that. Kids have to be able to deal with their own problems with guidance from their parents. It's worked for me.