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I got Hades through the Xbox Game Pass. My dad had already purchased Hades on the PS5. So we actually have two copies on this game on different systems. Hades looks similar to the Diablo series. We have an above viewpoint for this roguelike dungeon crawler. The levels in Hades randomly generate so there is no need to memorize what to do in this game that can be beaten in under one hour. Expect to hack, slash and dash quite a bit in Hades.

The issues families will have with Hades are violence, blood, bad language, lack of attire, enticement to lust, false gods, ghosts, monsters, sexual content, and more. Alcohol is also a part of Hades. I wanted to denote that in case you have a problem with that particular liquid. We slice and dice our way through a plethora of enemies in Hades. We also can find better items and purchase others at the store.

There are those that are all into the soundtrack found within Hades. I turned off the music while I played it because I did not want to deal with any potential copyright issues. It is lame enough that YouTube gives all the money for our hard work on dance videos to the music companies and treats us like slave labor. I did not want to chance that with Hades in any way, shape or form.

I understand that some people find Hades to be boring and repetitive. The whole point of replaying Hades is to get better gear. If that does not appeal to you then you should definitely pass on Hades. You would really need to get into Hades to get your moneys worth. I am not sure we got our moneys worth out of Hades. I am leaning toward the no side on the moneys worth debate.

Hades looks nice and it has great special effect sounds. There are plenty of well known mythological characters within Hades. The goal of Hades is to escape Greek Mythology hell by hacking and slashing through everything in your way. Hades has some strange after life beliefs in it that made little to no sense to me. I can see why well known Christian haters would love Hades.
- Peter


Graphics: 50%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: Supergiant Games
Developer: Private Division
Rating: ‘T’ – THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Alcohol Reference, Blood, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence}

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