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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Rated By Australian Classification Board

One game that many of you are looking forward to dipping into and getting immersed with this winter is Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for the Nintendo Switch. The huge JRPG has just been rated by the Australian Classification Board and has been slapped with an M rating for mature. Monolith Soft’s latest title is due to be released this winter/fall on the Nintendo Switch and is bound to be an engrossing adventure.

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  1. How does that compare to an M rating in the US? This makes me sad as I most likely won’t be getting it now. I don’t like to play anything worse than a T rated game. They have too much freedom do to whatever they like that’s inappropriate.

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    1. To tell the truth, the rated M given to Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is for those who live in Australia. No worries… it’s still a rated T game in North America.

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    2. To give you an idea, looking at my DVD shelf here in Aus (the same ratings board does games, movies and TV) the following are rated M here:

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      Jurassic Park
      Moon
      A collection of five Bette Davis movies
      King Kong (Peter Jackson)
      2012

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      1. Adults are allowed to have values. For me, I value cleanliness and would rather enjoy a game fully than have it be marred by swearing or sexuality and violence. Everyone feels differently, but I prefer to not subject myself to it.

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      2. Ridley X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4. Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch; just need cloud storage, add external HDD support, & make that stupid Nintendo Switch Online App on smartphones optional.} says:

        If they want to be prudes, that’s their problem as long as they aren’t trying to shove their prude ways on others.

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      3. If something like that is so important for you, you could look up for what reasons the game got the rating I guess?

        Btw. in Australia the previous Xenoblade titles both also got rated M, so if they were ok for you I wouldn’t worry too much, (at least yet).

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  2. Ridley X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4. Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch; just need cloud storage, add external HDD support, & make that stupid Nintendo Switch Online App on smartphones optional.} says:

    I wonder why it’d get an M-rating. Too much skin?

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