The Entertainment Software Rating Board has released a summary the the Mature rating of the upcoming first-person shooter, Medal of Honor.
First game I performed the act of killing someone was Mortal Kombat. First game I heard the "F" word in, amongst others, was GTA: San Andreas. First game I saw some titties in (commercially available) was God of War. All the controversy that surrounded those games, for that content... It seems quite easy to get away with a "Mature" rating now, huh?
As it should be. I'm glad that Hollywood has also rediscovered the concept of a "hard R" rating and the art of R rated adult comedies.
There you go ESRB, man-the-fuck-up son!
I can't wait to play the single-player of this game. Blood and gore is always welcome!
"Language such as "f**k" and "sh*t" can be heard in the dialogue." As far as language is concerned. Has anyone noticed of the growing popularity in the use of the "F-Bomb" in games that did not have years past? And more use of the word "Sh*t"? With out offering an on and off filter? If they are trying for "realism" in a modern day game setting. They should know that there are still people who would like to go with out it. And well, this could show up in their sales in the store. Imagine if developers catered to all gamers. With a simple on and off filter. I personally find these words to be distracting while trying to focus on game play. And trying to immerse myself into the story line. Now with games like this that adds it into the multi-player game. I would rather not pay to listen to this on-line. Other games, I could at least turn off my head set.
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