Australia Receives a Disaster Rating

The OLFC have taken Nintendo's upcoming Disaster project and slapped a rating for it in Australian shores.
Suggesting a release shortly, after months of delays and no-shows, the action packed Wii-exclusive brings together natural disasters and a devious terrorist group out to take over the world. According to Vooks, Disaster: Day of Crisis has been given a content rating of "M" given the use of heavy violence, themes and infrequent coarse language.

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Odiah3744d ago

*Thumbs up* I thought this game was down the drain, and from the rating, it isn't set to be very casual.

ChickeyCantor3744d ago (Edited 3744d ago )

as far as "movies" go with ratings, it does not neceserally mean i'ts "casual".
Just like games, I bet even this game, being M rated, could be played by many (so called) casual people.

M =/= Hardcore
M = Mature content thats it.
(if they made a porn game on the me it would be casual as hell)

Nugan3744d ago (Edited 3744d ago )

Also, note that the Australian M rating is not the same as an ESRB M rating. The Australian M is (+15) and there are at least two ratings categories above it, while the American M is (17+) and is only topped by the rare AO rating.

Whether this rating will translate to a T or a M in America remains to be seen.

Also, this news was posted several hours earlier from a different source.