The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed its summary for Chaos;Child. The visual novel ended up with a Mature rating due to blood, gore, intense violence, partial nudity, sexual themes and strong language. You can find the full rating description below:
This is visual novel in which players assume the role of a high-school student investigating a series of mysterious deaths in Tokyo. Some scenes depict still images of characters engaged in violent acts: characters threatening people with knives, strangling other characters, and involved in torture devices (e.g., a corpse strangled by ropes until its neck snaps). Crime scenes are graphically depicted with extensive blood-splatter and large amounts of text detail. Corpses are frequently depicted with bloodstains and sometimes mangled fingers, dangling entrails, or exposed brains.
The game also contains sexual material, in still images and text: two female characters moaning off screen while discussing each other’s breasts (e.g., “Hmm…you’ve got big breasts, don’t you Hana?”); a dream sequence in which a character grabs another’s crotch (e.g., “Was I really dreaming about someone rubbing my crotch?”); prolonged innuendo about an ice cream cone (e.g., “I saw her tongue flick seductively for a moment before her tiny mouth swallowed the whole thing.”); references to sexual fetishes and masturbation. Still images also depict partially exposed breasts and buttocks. The words “f**k,” “sh*t,” and “a*shole” appear in dialogue.
PQube will be releasing Chaos;Child later this year in North America for the PlayStation 4 and Vita. If you are interested, the visual novel is available for preorder with the following links on Amazon: PS4 and Vita.