This game is rated PEGI 16
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Freedom Finger Review
Posted: 11 months ago.
Attacks and enemies are affected by the music beat. Obstacles move in time with the beat and pauses in the current song will also freeze or stutter enemies. You can combat these enemies by the standard shooting, but also by punching projectiles back at them, or grabbing them and gaining their powers.
It's all a lot of silly fun, but really well produced, with a fully voiced, fully animated branching Story Mode starring Nolan North, John DiMaggio, Sam Riegel, and Eric Bauza. The original music comes from Aesop Rock. With 40 handcrafted levels over 13 worlds this will keep you entertained for some time.
Although the central premisce of the game is a rude finger gesture, there are optional "family friendly" modes that censor the middle finger or bleep swear words.
Rated PEGI 16 for strong language and the use of alcohol/tobacco. Sexual expletives and offensive language are frequently heard in both the game dialogue and the background music lyrics, including the words “motherfuck”, “*!@?*”, “*!@?*”, “bitchin’”, “bitchy”, “*!@?*”, “dick/s”, “dick-cheese”, “goddamn”, “horse-*!@?*”, “monkey-dick”, “pencil-dick”, “*!@?*-flap”, “prick”, “screw”, “*!@?*/s”, “*!@?*-bags”, “*!@?*-lips” and “*!@?*-stain”. Crude hand gestures such as giving the middle finger are also shown. Throughout the game, a main character is prominently depicted smoking cigars and drinking beer from a can.
ESRB MATURE 17+ for Blood, Drug Reference, Fantasy Violence, Mature Humor, Strong Language.
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