The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed its rating summary for Dragon Ball Fusions. The hybrid role-playing/fighting game ended up with a Teen rating due to cartoon violence, mild language and mild suggestive themes. You can check out the complete rating description of the latest Dragon Ball videogame below:
This is a fighting game in which players create a character to compete in an intergalactic martial-arts tournament. Battles are turn-based, with players selecting attack moves from a menu before watching characters punch and kick each other in brief cutscenes. These cutscenes can contain frenetic action with light effects, cries of pain, and impact sounds.
The game contains some suggestive material in the dialogue (e.g., “Did you find that sizzling chick!?”; “What, are you trying to hit on me or something?”; “I saw you looking at Pipila just now with those lecherous eyes!”; “He…used to date Bulma, but she dumped him for being too much of a playboy.”). The word “bada*s” appears in dialogue.
Dragon Ball Fusions is slated to come out exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS on the 22nd of November in the North American region. If you are interested, you can preorder the software product from Bandai Namco with this link on Amazon.