Diablo Immortal

App review by Paul Semel, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 15+

Mature, bloody adventure has epic, engaging monster slaying.

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 1 review

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age 10+
- The game has a lot of pay 2 win mechanics, it's designed this way to entice people to spend ALOT of money on it (if they wish) - having said that, the game is also designed for free to play (but will encourage you to spend time / play daily to grind to remain strong) - It's part of the Diablo franchise so there's a lot of demons / monsters / zombies and you're the hero killing/bashing many of them - I play this with my 3 boys, they are aged 10-12, and they are used to a lot of 'Gacha' mechanics so no stranger to it, and I've taught them to not spend money on the game (and they have to get my permission/credit card anyway) so that element is controlled - All in all - if you're not big into gaming, maybe it'll be hard for you to control your kids' desire to 'be strong' in the game, but this game is age appropriate with appropriate parental guidance - There is also a world chat - you're playing with people all over the world, and of course 12 yr old kids will find a way through chat filters to swear, say bad things etc., so you'll need to be aware of this element as well
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age 18+

Violence and gambling

Diablo is an extremely violent game for older children or adults. Sadly due this iteration being extremely focused on gambling with predatory monetization model in my opinion no child should ever play it. This game is only for adults that are both responsible and comfortable to go to a casino and not lose their life savings.

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