Ghost of Tsushima, Mature rating from the ESRB: 'acts of intense violence' in the game

Ghost of Tsushima, Mature rating from the ESRB: 'acts of intense violence' in the game
Players eager to challenge the katana in the new Sucker Punch production have recently been able to celebrate the entry of Ghost of Tsushima into the Gold phase.

At the same time, details are now on the classification assigned by the ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board ) to the work of the InFamous authors. Ghost of Tsushima has been rated by the institution as "Mature", therefore suitable for an adult audience. Among the reasons is mainly the in-game presence of violent sequences and brutal combats, as can be deduced from the product description offered by the ESRB itself:

"An action game in which players play the role of a samurai ( Jin Sakai), on a revenge mission against Mongolian invaders in 13th century Japan. Players traverse open-world environments, interact with characters, complete missions (for example assassinations) and infiltrate enemy strongholds. Players use swords from samurai, poisoned darts, and bows and arrows to face opponents in a meele fighting style. Some attacks cause dismemberment and / or beheading of the enemy soldier, often accompanied by wide effects related to massive bloodshed. Players can also devote themselves to stealth kills (such as stabbing the neck, sword passing), to silently eliminate enemies. The cut-scenes include acts of in tense violence: a soldier set on fire and beheaded, civilians tied and burned at the stake, the head of a beheaded man raised and shown in the direction of the screen. The game also shows a man's buttocks while taking a bath in a thermal spring. "

Pending the publication of Ghost of Tsushima, on the pages of Everyeye you can prepare for a trip to the history thanks to our special on Samurai and Via del Guerriero.

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