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We've haven't nailed it down, but if you turn down the gore, you can actually change it to not have red blood.

That seems to be really the sticking point for a lot of people because a lot of times we use blood as feedback.

Wired.com: If your daughter is a rainbows-and-unicorns kind of girl, maybe people will blame her for the new art style...__Wilson: __Maybe, but they shouldn't. We do get a couple of things that are questionable, but usually, it's not so much gore-related ...

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At the Blizz Con convention, held this past weekend in Anaheim, the development team gave fans a sneak peek at some grisly new features: the new Monk character class, a martial arts master whose rapid-speed abilities make for frenzied, blood-splashing kills, and new enemies such as the Fallen Lunatic, a demon that stabs itself in its chest until it explodes to damage the player."I know my daughter well enough to know that I didn't think she'd have any problem handling it," said Wilson. I think it's got to be a really personal choice that everyone makes."The full Q&A with Wilson about 's gratuitous gore, including information about parental controls and the possibility that it won't be released in China, is below. At a certain age, I wouldn't have let her play a game like because of the violence. It's hard when I work on it though, and she wants to see what I do; I don't really want to deprive her of that.

"That being said, I don't let her see games that have any guns in them or first-person shooters that have violence. I know my daughter well enough to know that I didn't think she'd have any problem handling it. I think it's got to be a really personal choice that everyone makes.

That being said, I don't let her see games that have any guns in them or first-person shooters that have violence. To do my official company line, too, one of the things we intend to do is add parental controls so that every parent can make their own choice about what's appropriate for their kids.__Wired.com: __Does your daughter have an inclination towards* Diablo*-like stuff? She is a rainbows-and-unicorns kind of girl, all across the board. If it was somebody else's game, I probably wouldn't let her see it. But she really likes games where she can control characters from an isometric view.

So I think that's probably the biggest appeal for her, she likes being able to look down upon the world and see her character moving around.