The ESRB has revealed its rating summary for World of Final Fantasy. The crossover role-playing game ended up with an E 10+ rating due to alcohol reference, fantasy violence, mild language and mild suggestive themes. You can check out the full rating description for the spin-off Final Fantasy title below:
This is a role-playing game in which players help a set of twins recover their lost memory. As players explore a magical world, they can collect and raise fantasy creatures called Mirages to help traverse environments and battle enemy creatures (e.g., goblins, golems) in turn-based combat. Players use weapon attacks and magical abilities (e.g., drain, fire, poison) to defeat enemies; battles are accompanied by impact sounds and mild explosions. A handful of sequences also depict additional acts of violence: a vampire stabbed (off-screen) in the chest with a stake; characters turned to dust in a fiery blast. The game contains some suggestive material: female character in outfits that reveal moderate amounts of cleavage; dialogue that states, “On the one hand, he must flirt with all the ladies” and “Oh, this one’s a tasty morsel! I’d love to get my tentacles around her . . .” The game includes a brief reference to alcohol in a character description: “A consummate connoisseur, it pairs fine wines with the brains it devours.” The word “hell” appears in the dialogue.
World of Final Fantasy will be released on the 25th of October in the North American region. If you are interested, you can preorder the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita RPG with this link on Amazon.