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Unholy Heights

 

 

SCORE: 36

Unholy Heights 

 

Unholy Heights might be the most shocking 'E' rated video game Family Friendly Gaming has ever played. We were provided a digital download code for this game on the Nintendo 3DS with a request we give an honest review. Be careful what you ask for because you just might get it. Players take on the role of Satan as a manager of a building. The tenants then fight off heroes who try to take your money and destroy the most evil fallen angel in all of history.

It is scary to me personally to see a video game that reverses roles in reality. Those trying to redefine morals, history, and facts have been at it for over fifty years now. Unholy Heights obviously accepts the attempts to redefine good and evil. How did the ESRB miss the violent content in Unholy Heights? Are they napping yet again? Is this another ESRB scandal? There are so many of them I am losing track.

The graphics in Unholy Heights are small. The monsters and heroes can be hard to see. They attack one another with physical and magical attacks. Players must evict sick tenants so they do not spread the disease to others in the apartment complex. I can not get behind the concept of Unholy Heights. Especially trying to get enough demon monsters to take over the world. The game play in Unholy Heights is repetitive and gets boring.

After any creature in Unholy Heights dies they get a halo and float up and off the top of the screen. I supposed that is to symbolize they are going to heaven. I got news for you son, demons are not going to heaven. Satan is not going to heaven. I know people that think video games are evil, vile, wicked, and twisted. They will point to Unholy Heights as an example to easily prove their position.

The quests in Unholy Heights are difficult to complete, and the progression in Unholy Heights is painfully slow. Prices can be raised on tenants. Furniture can be purchased to improve their satisfaction. They can also fall in love and shack up with other monsters. No mention of a wedding was referenced before the shacking up. I am not a fan of this game. I am not a fan of the Satanic lessons it teaches. The morals and lessons in Unholy Heights are the opposite of how I live my life.
- WMG

 

Graphics: 40%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 20%
Family Friendly Factor: 10%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Bergsala Lightweight
Developer: Mebius
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product


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