Mild suggestive themes and more detailed for Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale

Return-to-PopoloCrois-A-Story-of-Seasons-Fairytale-4The ESRB has revealed its rating summary for the upcoming PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale. The role-playing game ended up with a E10+ rating due to alcohol references, fantasy violence, mild language as well as mild suggestive themes. Take a look at the full ESRB description for the latest PopoloCrois game below:

This is a role-playing game in which players follow the story of Pietro, the young prince of the kingdom of Galariland. Players control Pietro and his friends as they explore dungeons, raise animals, tend crops, and battle monsters. Combat is turn-based, with players selecting attack moves or spells from a menu screen. Characters use sword-like weapons and magic attacks (e.g., fireballs) to deplete enemies’ health meters. A handful of sequences depict characters dissolving into vapor and/or being absorbed by tentacle creatures. The game includes some suggestive material in the text (e.g., Voluptuous Woman) and dialogue (e.g., “[I]’m sure these ladies would like to have their drills looked over!” “Black Baron, I want you to look over aaaaall of me!” During the course of the game, bottles and pictures of wine glasses can be seen in the background of a bar; dialogue also references alcohol (e.g., “Where does he get off talkin’ about the royal family bein’ finished while he just sits up there drinkin’ all day? You can smell that’s what he’s doin’!”). The word “damned” appears in dialogue.

Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale is expected to launch for the Nintendo 3DS in 2016 on the 16th of February. You can preorder the handheld JRPG, if you are interested, with this link on Amazon.

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