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It Takes Two 


I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming had the money to purchase a copy of It Takes Two on the Playstation 4. This cooperative action adventure video game deals with a difficult issue facing our world today. The issue in question is divorce. Jesus Christ taught the only reason for a divorce is for marital unfaithfulness. The couple in It Takes Two are planning on getting a divorce because they have grown apart. Obviously they are being lazy with their relationship and not putting forth the effort to continue and save their marriage.

It Takes Two takes a turn from the dark stuff very quickly. Their daughter somehow traps their souls in the dolls she plays with. The parents then try to get back to their child. The Book of Love gets in their way and forces them to work together. Along the way they are reminded of the good times, and exposed to their laziness. SPOILER ALERT! At the end of It Takes Two the parents kiss and that is what finally frees them from being in the dolls. It makes sense since the entire point was to get the couple back together.

I am very pleased It Takes Two was created and released. Divorce is too easy in our culture and society. Couples should keep their vows and work together to make their marriages work. Too often selfishness destroys a family. If more couples had to go through what Cody and May had to, then I believe divorce rates would plummet. Men and women get married for a reason. They should focus on the positives while working together to improve their relationship.

The issues families can have with It Takes Two are blood, violence, bad language, innuendo, and some off the cuff comedy. The main core and the main theme of It Takes Two is to work together. This can be done locally or online. You really do need two players to get past the puzzles and bosses in It Takes Two. The cooperative concept within It Takes Two is used throughout. Each doll has certain abilities that the other one needs to progress. Working together is required to go through It Takes Two.

Hopefully you caught some of the live streams or videos we did of It Takes Two. Both myself and my dad had fun playing It Takes Two. Working together is such a great lesson that is needed all across the world. It Takes Two looks good graphically and it sounds good as well. I want more games like It Takes Two in the future.
- Peter


Graphics: 68%
Sound: 68%
Replay/Extras: 85%
Gameplay: 95%
Family Friendly Factor: 84%

System: PC/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Hazelight Studios
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Animated Blood, Comic Mischief, Fantasy Violence, Language}

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