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Submitted by TheLiztress 725d ago | opinion piece

5 Things Parents Should Know: Scribblenauts Unlimited

Elizabeth of VividGamer.com writes:

"Today Vivid Gamer is proud to continue the new recurring feature: 5 things parents should know. Here at Vivid Gamer, we want to try to help educate parents about various games. More than a review, this feature will help you learn about the game. Going beyond the ESRB ratings, we’ll let you know what might not be suitable for children or what might actually be acceptable, so you can make a more informed judgement about whether or not to allow your child to play the particular title.

Scribblenauts Unlimited is a 2D platformer that allows players to create objects just by writing out the words to describe it. Released back in November of last year, the third entry in the series is rated Everyone 10+ for cartoon violence and comic mischief. Retail price for Scribblenauts Unlimited is $39.99 for the 3DS, $59.99 for the Wii U, and $29.99 for the PC. Parents of kids who might not have played the previous entries will want to take a look at some facts about this title before purchasing it." (3DS, PC, Scribblenauts Unlimited, Wii U)

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