Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Dissida 012. More Boobs...Doesn't Change The Raiting.

If there's anything that is consistent about Final Fantasy is that it will always be rated T for Fantasy Violence. No blood or anything crazy. But apparently casting a water spell on a giant turtle is considered too violent for the kids.

But in it's endless amusement the ESRB has issued the T rating for Dissidia 012 with an addition. Suggestive Themes. Here's the full synopsis:

This is an action game in which players compete in one-on-one battles with characters from the Final Fantasy universe. Players engage in hand-to-hand combat in 3D arenas and use axes, swords, boomerangs, and magic spells (e.g., energy balls, summoned creatures) to drain opponents' life meters. Battles are highlighted by cries of pain, colorful explosions, and slow-motion sequences that zoom in on defeated characters. A handful of female characters wear revealing outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage; some of these characters' breasts also jiggle during combat. Some in-game text in also contains suggestive material (e.g., "Here's a better idea: 'Zoom camera into Tifa's cleavage!'"). Various portrait galleries depict partially nude female characters; the general shapes of their bodies are displayed instead of actual detail (i.e., no nipples or genitalia). The words "a*s," "damn," and "hell" appear in the dialogue.

The difference between 012 and the original Dissida is that there are more women wearing less clothing. >.> And jiggly boobs. Sounds like a DOA game. So apparently Cloud of Darkness does not qualify as revealing with one breast hanging out because she's technically not a woman. The other 2 were pretty well covered. But with Tifa, Yuna, and Lightning now entering the game, and are properly covered, it calls for suggestive themes? Ok ESRB. Whatever you want to do. I just find it amusing that the one character that is the most revealing doesn't get slapped with suggestive theme. That's all.


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