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You play a broken-hearted young woman. But as her heart breaks, a strange butterfly leads her through a highway in the sky, where she finds her other self: the masked biker called, The Fool. You play by tapping buttons in time with the music to ride motorcycles, skateboard, dance battle, shoot lasers, wield swords, and (hopefully) mend your heart - all at 200 mph.
You work through the purpose-written pop tunes to chase the score as you set out to find the harmony of the universe, hidden away in the hearts of your star-crossed allies: Dancing Devils, Howling Moons, Stereo Lovers and Hermit 64.
As you can tell, it's psychedelic and dream-like, but never takes itself too seriously. Like a good pop album, it takes you on a journey that's welcoming, fantastical and a lot of fun.
Our examiner, Jo Robertson, first checked Sayonara Wild Hearts 4 years ago. It was re-examined by Andy Robertson and updated 3 months ago.
Rated for younger players in the US. Rated ESRB EVERYONE 10+ for Fantasy Violence.
Rated PEGI 12 with violence. The ESRB rated it EVERYONE 10+ with fantasy violence.
7+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Still, it's important for parents and guardians to consider the maturity required to process the game content. This isn't a game designed with young children in mind, but the simple controls and appealing visuals actually make it work well. You need to be able to respond in time to the music and understand what is happening on screen. But you can always rewind to try again so even the youngest will get through it.