Summary: Parents need to know that this game involves reckless driving and car crashes. Its focus is on action, not on strategy. It should be easy for younger players to understand and play. While it may be exciting enough to capture an older teenager's attention, it probably won't hold it for very long.
Excerpt: We here at Gameboyz.com had the chance to review Emergency Mayhem a few weeks ago. This game was Crazy Taxi like whose theme was more akin to that of emergency services (e.g. police, ambulance and fire).
Summary: Emergency Heroes is Ubisoft's attempt at an open-world game for young gamers. But with an incredibly sterile city, repetitive missions, and an inconsequential plot, the game manages to make playing as a police officer, a firefighter, and a medic no fun whatsoever.
Pros: Simple control system, Seven multiplayer games
Cons: Boring, repetitive missions, Bland characterisation and story, Risible presentation, Poor voice acting
Excerpt: In the future, the city's emergencies are primarily handled by automated systems. The brave men and women who still do it the old-fashioned way--by risking their lives--are few and far between. The people of the future world are okay with that... until suddenly things go very wrong.