It might me something small, but in these kind of games it's alot IMO. All those games like Medal of honor, Call of duty, i always wondered why the hell there's no blood AT ALL...you are killing uncountable amounts of enemy soldiers
and no nlood to be seen anywhere? This started to bother me bigtime...i had never played any BIA games before but recently i purchased BIA:RTH30 for my PC and what an awesome game , it all feels SO MUCH more realistic than any of those other WWII shooters, and i also really liked how there's blood when you kill enemy soldiers, blood splattering on walls, and even legs blown off by grenades, it simply adds alot to the realism....to keep a long story short.
I really do hope they keep this in, so that we will still see this in Hell's Highway too.
I was at the games convention in Leipzig and i was at the Ubisoft booth in the business center, saw HH private demonstration (the one we all know) a guy in there said "maybe this game can also be used for the more more younger audience, so they learn about what the war was like etc.." but IMO that would be crazy...it would mean that the cuss-words would have to go and also the blood and gore...unless they have an option for that...anyway...IMO not any WWII shooter should be for 'younger audience'