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Suggestive themes and more detailed for Grand Kingdom

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The ESRB has released its rating summary for the upcoming multiplatform title, Grand Kingdom. The strategy role-playing game ended up with a Teen rating due to fantasy violence, mild blood, mild language, suggestive themes and use of alcohol.

The fights in the game are highlighted with slow-mo special effects in addition to cries of pain. Some of the female characters also wear clothing that expose large amounts of cleavage. Last but not least, there are also some suggestive lines and words in the dialogue. You can check out the full rating summary for Grand Kingdom below:

This is a strategy role-playing game in which players lead a troop of mercenaries through the fantasy world of Resonail. As players traverse through environments, they engage in turn-based battles against enemy soldiers and fantastical creatures (e.g., harpies, dragons, giant wolves). Players use swords, bows, and magical attacks to kill enemies; battles are accompanied by close-up slow motion effects and cries of pain. One still-image sequence depicts a wounded character standing on blood-stained ground. Some female characters wear revealing outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage (e.g., harpies with necklaces covering their breasts); one character’s portrait depicts her breasts jiggling. During the course of the game, characters are sometimes depicted drunk with slurred speech (e.g., “Hic . . . Geeeez, you alwaysh, alwaysh act sho carelessly.”). The words “pr*ck,” “a*s,” and bastard are heard in the dialogue.

Grand Kingdom will be released on the 21st of June in North America. If you are interested, you can preorder the PS4 and Vita tactical RPG with this link on Amazon.

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