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Bayonetta 2 ESRB Summary Explains The Game’s Mature Rating

The full ESRB rating for Bayonetta 2 has been revealed. The hack-and-slash sequel is deemed “Mature” by the self-regulatory body for containing blood, gore, intense violence, partial nudity, strong language and suggestive themes. The game also includes an online component in which players may be exposed to unrated user-generated content, according to the ESRB. Read the upcoming Wii U exclusive’s rating summary in its entirety below:

This is an action game in which players assume the role of an ancient witch that battles angels and demons in a fantasy world. Players use hand-to-hand combat, pistols, giant scythes, axes, and magic to kill enemy creatures. Players can also perform various finishing moves, which depict exaggerated and intense acts of violence: enemies thrown into spinning spiked wheels; characters decapitated by a guillotine; a dragon ripping characters apart—large blood-splatter effects and gore can be seen frequently. During the course of the game, some female characters perform suggestive taunts and poses (e.g., opening their legs, dancing on poles); outfits are occasionally shed during battle, with characters’ breasts and buttocks partially exposed. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” appear in the dialogue.

60 thoughts on “Bayonetta 2 ESRB Summary Explains The Game’s Mature Rating”

  1. I love getting news, even stuff like this, but I have to chuckle at this a little bit. Of COURSE it’s rated M and if you don’t know why, well you haven’t been paying attention!

        1. Says “someone” who has no identity or say in the world. How does it feel to live in a “small world”? lol Besides, I ain’t miserable when I have a roof over my head, a job, education and relationship. Try again later when you have the decent time and intelligence to know exactly who I am and who you’re not.

        2. Not his fault he’s right in this case. There are a lot of parents out there that just don’t care what their children are exposed to.

          1. Or are ignorant and/or stupid & don’t even read what the game’s case says about the content of the game they are buying for their children.

  2. The Clergy of the Church of Sasori has marked Nintendo High Command as the prophetic “Mongolians of Unnatural Decent”…

    Robin Williams.. You make me sick

      1. Because it’s kinda funny and Nintendo doesn’t get too many M exclusives to see why they’re rated that way. I just imagine someone with a straight face having to go to their boss or whomever and explain this games rating by saying exactly this. It sounds so awkwardly fantastic, I love it :)

  3. I would like to take this moment to give my condolences to Jim Carrey’s family on his tragic passing earlier this afternoon. You will forever be remembered in our hearts. A beloved actor, father and husband.

    Thank you for the laughs, you changed all of our lives in some way or another.

    1. HollowGrapeJ's Bitch

      Quick! Fuck me and fill me up with your semen before Selina Ruiz returns! I want some of it in my mouth too. Ahhh. XD

                              1. Well you implied it. On articles with Bayo 2 making comments like how you can’t wait for this game. Going to be way better than Hyrule Warriors. Fuck yeah. So glad I decided to get this instead of Hyrule Warriors.This game has online and it’s better than the disappointment they made with Hyrule Warriors, etc. XD

                                1. And BTW, implying and saying are two different stories. One assumes hypothesis and the other says the actual. Which one is it? Did I say it or is it you implying as usual? XD

              1. Is it just me, or is it always a Call of Duty Advanced Warfare trailer at the end of these articles? That’s weird. O_o

              2. Um, don’t the ESRB labels already list what the games contain in the bottom left corner of the case’s backside?
                I really find it a tad bit unnecessary for someone to summarize something that a majority of people already know the definitions to, lol.

              3. Pegi still hasn’t rated the game, and it seems ridiculous, that Nintendo expects Pegi 16 rating, unless they plan on censoring it for Europe.

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