The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed its summary for Warriors All-Stars. The crossover action game ended up with a Teen rating due to alcohol references, suggestive themes and violence. You can check out the ESRB description for the Tecmo Koei release below:
This is an action game in which players control characters from several Koei Tecmo properties to battle an evil entity. As players navigate battlefields from a third-person perspective, they engage in hack-and-slash combat with hordes of enemies (e.g., monsters, blob-like creatures, humanoids). Characters use swords, guns, spears, traps, and magical attacks to defeat enemies. Battles are highlighted by cries of pain, slow-motion sequences, and impact sounds.
Some female characters wear low-cut tops that expose large amounts of cleavage; the camera occasionally lingers or pans slowly over characters’ body parts. Some movements cause characters’ breasts to jiggle.
During the course of the game, characters reference alcohol in the dialogue (e.g., “Your love of distilled liquor is well known even in my time”; “I’ve got some Texan wine you can have”; “And the sake will taste better as well.”).
Warriors All-Stars is coming out on the 29th of August in the North American region for the PlayStation 4 and PC. You can preorder the physical version of the game for the PS4, if you are interested, with this link on Amazon.