Final Fantasy VII On PC Rated By The ESRB, Contains The First Ever Ratings Summary
With the previous releases of Final Fantasy VII on PS1, PC, and PS3/PSP, the ESRB has never included a Ratings summary when they end up giving it a ‘T’ rating, until now with the PC re-release. You can check out the full summary below for a few laughs and a few blasts from the past before the game finally comes out on PC, check out the reveal trailer.
“This is a role-playing game in which players embark on a quest to prevent an evil corporation from destroying the world. As players explore this fantasy realm, they can use melee weapons and magical attacks to engage in turn-based combat with various enemies (e.g., human-like characters, giant insects, snake monsters, biomechanical creatures); damage is indicated by a loss of hit points. Cutscenes include additional instances of violence: soldiers shooting at unarmed men; characters getting slashed/impaled with a sword in slow motion. A handful of environments also depict bloodstained floors and walls. The game contains suggestive innuendo in the dialogue during a bathtub sequence (e.g., “Bubby! So you’re the intimate type, eh?” and “Why don’t you stick around and play a bit? Daddy’s so lonely . . .”). During the course of the game, a goddess-like character is dressed in a low-cut top that displays moderate amounts of cleavage. The words “jacka*s,” “goddamn,” and “sh*t” appear in dialogue.”