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[ rated x ] Guy: Double Target

A Parent's Guide to Anime
Rated: X
For Adult Audiences Only

Review by Genevieve Petty:

A decidely adult outer space adventure features soldier of fortune Guy and his sidekick Raina in their quest to get rich. This two episode video featuring "Awakening of the Devil" and "Second Target" seems like it should be part of a series. Guy and Raina, our heroes, are just about anything but heroes, who get into things for profit alone, doing good along the way simply because the evil gets in their way. Explicit sexual content, nudity, graphic violence and harsh language make this video inappropriate for children. The violence is quite graphic and bloody, especially in "Awakening" and features dismemberment, rape and monsters eating people. While "Second Target is milder in sexual content, the same judgements apply to it in regards to its violence.

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