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ESRB details cleavage and perverted moments in the PS4 release of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster


ESRB release the rating description for the PlayStation 4 release of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, which you can preorder right now with this link on Amazon. The organization found some issues with some cleavage that was shown for several females in the role-playing game. There are also a few perverted moments like “satisfying” a woman during a massage and looking at the underwear of sleeping people. Take a look at that particular portion of the description below:

A handful of female characters are depicted in low-cut outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage. One massage sequence prompts players to “Satisfy Leblanc” (Text reads: “Watch her reaction and adjust your technique accordingly for peak pleasure!”); another sequence allows players to zoom in on characters’ underwear as they sleep.

Aside from those factors, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster on PlayStation 4 contain the same amount of objectionable content you tend to find in any Teen-rated RPGs:

This is a collection of two role-playing games in which players follow characters that perform quests and explore a fantasy world. As players progress through each storyline, they battle various creatures (e.g., giant insects, demons, robots) and human-like characters. Combat is turn-based, with players selecting attacks/spells from a menu screen. Characters use swords, guns, and magic to deplete enemies’ health meters. Cutscenes also depict instances of violence: a soldier shooting a creature amid brief blood spurts; soldiers shooting unarmed characters; a battlefield strewn with corpses.

Last but not least, several very mild cuss words also appeared in the two games:

The words “damn,” “hell,” and “p*ssed” appear in the game.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster includes the International version of Final Fantasy X in addition to the International+Final Mission version of Final Fantasy X-2. The PS4 versions will take advantage of some of the exclusive system features of the current-gen console. It should be released next spring on the PlayStation 4.