Tagged: ESRB

Mafia III Rated M for Murder

For those of you who love to live life on the dark side ‘gangster style’ you will be well aware Mafia III is on its way. The game has recently just been given its ESRB rating, and surprise surprise it’s been given ‘M’ for Mature. If you don’t know what that stands for it means “Content is generally suitable for ages 17 and up. May contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content and/or strong language.” In the past, Mafia games have tended to be pretty violent and it looks like Mafia III is going to continue that trend. The … Read More »

“No Plans” for The Witness to Come to Xbox One

Braid developer Jonathan Blow’s PS4 and PC title The Witness is dropping on January 26th, and unfortunately we’re not getting in on that action, but for a while, it looked possible. The US ratings board ESRB listed The Witness as an Xbox One title, along with PS4 and PC. This led to a lot of the mainstream media surmising that The Witness would likely be coming to Xbox One in the near future. However, Jonathan Blow took to Twitter in order to put those rumours to bed once and for all: to get the game re-rated. (Provided the content is … Read More »

Tom Clancy’s The Division Gets Mature Rating

In the life of a games development one of the last stages that it goes through is to be rated by The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB). That is the point that Tom Clancy’s The Division is at now and the rating by the board has come back. According to the ESRB Tom Clancy’s The Division will be rated mature. Their official statement on the game also reveals a few little details. Apparently during cutscenes we will see bound hostages been stabbed or shot in the head. There is also a considerable amount of bad language and some realistic sound … Read More »

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