Shark sim death match has relentless bloody attacks.
Common Sense Media
4 July 2013
Summary: Parents need to know that Jaws: Ultimate Predator is a simulation game in which you play as a shark. Based loosely on the Jaws movie, players are put in the role of Jaws, an emotionless killing machine. While there may be some sense that this game is a depiction of the kill-or-be-killed food chain and underwater ecosystem, the volume of creatures to destroy and the inclusion of human scuba divers included in the killing rampage add a level of intensity to the...
Excerpt: Jaws isn't a complicated character. He's a big, hokey shark who lives in a 36-year-old movie franchise, lurks in dark water and eats people in gruesome ways. When translated into videogames, however, Jaws continually winds up in ridiculous situations, pitted against evil corporations, overconfident scuba divers and giant undersea monsters.
Pros: Utterly ridiculous plot, monsters, Levels pack in a decent amount of variety, Playing as an evil shark still has a certain appeal
Cons: Minimal confrontations with people, Action is frustratingly PG, Action is also incredibly repetitive