Destiny Definitely Does Not Need an M Rating

"In really unsurprising news, game developer Bungie announced that the ESRB rating for its upcoming release, Destiny, is in fact T for Teen. " |

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1572d ago Replies(6)
randomass1711572d ago

I really hope people don't complain about this. It's a silly thing to complain about. M stands for mature, not magnificent.

logan_izer101571d ago

I agree, but people will definitely complain. People seem to think they can't enjoy things if they aren't rated M. Same thing kinda goes for movies too. I don't get it. Rating definitely does not determine quality.

BattleTorn1571d ago (Edited 1571d ago )

It's not going to change my mind on whether I'm getting the game, but I do prefer M-rated games.

With Teen ratings, the developers must limit their usage of "intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content and/or strong language."

As Logan said above me, "rating definitely does not determine quality" -- but assuming the quality is equal, I'll choose a M-rated version over a T-rated version. (again, assuming quality is equal)

Revengeance1571d ago

Reminds me of the time people complained about Dark Souls 2 getting a T rating instead of M

fenome1572d ago

With how strict some regions rating laws are, this is a good thing. At least it won't get banned anywhere over a technicality.

60FramesPerSecond1572d ago

Halo never really needed a rated m rating. the flood was about it.

60FramesPerSecond1571d ago

Destiny wants to be the best selling game of all time? its gonna need a teen rating.

60FramesPerSecond1571d ago

Im sure their are many kids who asked their parents for gta v and didt get it because it was rated m. less sales cause it was rated m

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