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Octomania has got to be one of the worst ‘E’ rated video games I have played on the Nintendo Wii. The box gives a general briefing of the story, but omits quite a few important facts. The player is a witch who has a lazy angel tell her to go see a demon. It is no wonder so many gamers rush into occultic religions when there are so many video games on the market teaching them to follow such beliefs. To make matters worse the ESRB ignores all of this religious indoctrination, and leaves consumers to the mercy of Conspiracy Entertainment’s misleading advertising. Have no fear citizen because Family Friendly Gaming is here to help you steer clear of bad games like Octomania.

When I first started to play Octomania I thought there were some nice colors. Then I took a deeper look, and noticed the shopping cart of issues. There is enticement to lust, occultic images, and ones that directly attack the truths of the Holy Bible. For some odd reason there is also cartoon violence in this Wii game. Can anyone explain why such content would be in a puzzle game?

The storyline is so offensive it took me a very long time to compose myself to be able to write about it. It is like this game was written to be purposefully offensive to the super majority of Americans (Christians). The music is annoying, as are the sounds of the monsters in this Wii game.

Puzzle games generally have a lot of replay value to them, and Octomania is the exception. The garbage pile of offensive content make this game one to avoid. Save your money for a much better game.

Octomania plays like complete chaos. For a puzzle video game that is the most cardinal sin. Stringing together monster combinations are simple, and the level of challenge in this Wii game is way too low. Normally winning a puzzle game is fun for me, however all of the offensive content made Octomania absolutely no fun for me.

The puzzle genre needs a major overhaul because there are too many occultic titles. Octomania thumps the player over the head with the wiccan, and new age religious beliefs. Sequels are not ever needed to Octomania, and hopefully the quick entrance to the bargain bin will ensure that. My concern is parents will be deceived by the packaging, and lack of education to the dangers of Octomania. Avoid at all costs.
- Luke


Graphics: 61%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 68%
Gameplay: 66%
Family Friendly Factor: 62%
System: Wii
Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Comic Mischief, Mild Suggestive Themes}

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