A few female characters in the game wear revealing outfits that are further highlighted by low camera angles. There are also some inappropriate dialogue lines for younger kids. You can check out that part of Project X Zone 2’s rating below:
Some female characters are depicted wearing outfits that barely cover their breasts and/or buttocks; low camera angles occasionally highlight cleavage or jiggling breasts. The game also contains suggestive dialogue: “I guess keeping your libido pent up all day has its advantages after all”; “Reiji only gets off on the company of women or the camaraderie of true friends”; “Did you get… boobier?” The word “sh*thead” appears in the dialogue.
Aside from brief blood splashes, the violence of the sequel is pretty mild. Read the rest of the ESRB summary of the handheld software product below:
This is a strategy role-playing game in which players follow the story of two government agents trying to save the world. Players move characters around a grid and engage in turn-based combat with a variety of fantastical enemies (e.g., zombies, demons). Players select moves from a menu and view characters punching and kicking each other; some characters use guns, swords, or magic/energy/elemental attacks. A handful of attacks result in brief splashes or stains of red blood.
Project X Zone 2 is launching exclusively for the 3DS earlier next year on the 16th of February. If you haven’t done so already, you can preorder the second installment of the crossover strategy RPG series with this link on Amazon.