|Violence in No More Heroes 2 "intense" says ESRB, dishes the dirt|
|Posted: 30.11.2009 13:02 by Simon Priest||Comments: 1|
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle , the new Wii game to grace our palettes, contains plenty of the good stuff of a mature label variety.
That's according to the ESRB scribbling, which cite things like "sliced in-half" and "chopped off" in the games description. Awesome.
The ESRB is a voluntary ratings board in the US, so it to consumers. "The game contains sexual overtones and partial nudity. Players can watch portions of an anime show called Bizarre Jelly; the opening credits depict a female character whose clothes suddenly disappear," blurbs their in-depth look.
"The depictions of violence in the game are intense, yet somewhat exaggerated," so when you see things get lobbed off or peeled like a melon - don't be shocked.
"Men in black suits are sliced in-half as blood and money flow from their bodies; an assassin with a boombox does not recover after his lower torso has been chopped off - after blood shoots from his empty waist like a geyser;" they continued to detail.
"...and two women (clad in bikinis) get suspended in mid-air, get caught between the flashing lights, lasers, and frenetic sword swipes of an assassins' duel - the women's heads slide across the floor once the men stop fighting." Sound like your kind of fun?
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle is being released on Wii in Q1, 2010.