Fire Emblem: Awakening rated by the ESRB
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Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has revealed their rating summary for Fire Emblem: Awakening. As per the details in the rating, Fire Emblem: Awakening will ship with T for TEEN rating, details slashing with swords, magic usage and suggestive dialogue.
You can check out full rating summary of Fire Emblem: Awakening below.
"This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of a young adventurer who journeys through a fantasy world. Players engage in tactical battles by moving characters around grids and taking turns attacking enemies. Gameplay attacks consist of brief animations in which characters slash each other with swords, or attack with magic spells; light effects and cries of pain denote damage. Cutscenes also contain instances of violence: characters getting impaled with swords, lightning bolts; enemy soldiers attacking a village; a character jumping off a cliff to her death. During the course of the game, there is occasional suggestive dialogue/text (e.g., “Your philandering is quite deplorable, but high marks on your attitude,” “Noble or not, you should be wearing at least a towel when you address a lady!” and “loins afire” when a character is in love.); a few characters also wear low-cut tops that reveal deep cleavage. A handful of scenes feature characters discussing mead, wine, and being drunk. The words “ar*e” and “p*ss off” appear in dialogue."
Fire Emblem: Awakening is schedule to launch in Europe in April 2013 for 3DS.