The ESRB has listed its rating description for the upcoming PlayStation 4 game, Gravity Rush Remastered. The console version got a Teen rating due to fantasy violence, mild suggestive themes and the use of alcohol.
Some female characters in the game will be wearing “revealing outfits.” A few of the artwork from the new gallery mode also contains “depict up-skirt camera angles and characters with deep cleavage.” You can read that part of the summary for the action-adventure game below:
During the course of the game, some female characters wear revealing outfits, and one still-frame cutscene depicts a woman covering her breasts after dropping a towel. Several gallery images depict up-skirt camera angles and characters with deep cleavage.
The fights in Gravity Rush Remastered are highlighted by cries of pain in addition to colorful lighting effects. Some of the cut scenes can also be quite violent as well. You can find the rest of ESRB’s summary for Gravity Rush Remastered below:
This is an action-adventure game in which players assume the role of a woman on a quest to uncover the secrets of her past. As players manipulate gravity to traverse through fantastical environments, they engage in hand-to-hand combat with blob-like creatures (i.e., Nevi) that break apart and disappear when defeated. Players can also throw various projectiles (e.g., boxes, furniture, crystals) at nearby enemies; battles are highlighted by cries of pain and colorful light effects. Some cutscenes contain other instances of violence: a character beating up armed thugs; a girl getting “eaten” (i.e., absorbed) by a large Nevi.
The game also includes a protracted interaction with a drunken character (e.g., “Wow he smells like he crawled out of the bottle” and “Ahh, the flower of the nightclub! *Hic*”).
Gravity Rush Remastered will be released for the PlayStation 4 early next year on the 9th of February. In addition to running at 60 frames per second and 1080p native resolution, the PS4 version also has all the DLC packs that came out for the Vita release.