Now we’ve seen games that have placed their entire concept around jiggle physics (Dead or Alive Xtreme anyone?) but more often than not there really isn’t much emphasis on it, and on other times it is put in simply for a reality factor. But then again when a game is rated by the ESRB they have to of course cover anything that they may find objectionable and make a little description for it.
We’ve seen the ESRB give humorous descriptions of action games like Bulletstorm and then games that feature very suggestive content like Record of Agarest War and of course they’d have to give Dissida 012[duodecim]: Final Fantasy a visit and let us know what exactly the game will be rated and what it will contain. The game itself will be getting a T for Teen rating so no major worries there but the way that they describe the game is hilarious.
You can find the whole description below but let me give you a hint as to the funny part; it involves Tifa and the zoom camera function. Now most people who play games are getting older and some of these jokes are growing stale and a bit redundant now personally. But alas here is the description:
This is an action game in which players compete in one-on-one battles with characters from the Final Fantasy universe. Players engage in hand-to-hand combat in 3D arenas and use axes, swords, boomerangs, and magic spells (e.g., energy balls, summoned creatures) to drain opponents’ life meters. Battles are highlighted by cries of pain, colorful explosions, and slow-motion sequences that zoom in on defeated characters. A handful of female characters wear revealing outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage; some of these characters’ breasts also jiggle during combat. Some in-game text in also contains suggestive material (e.g., “Here’s a better idea: ‘Zoom camera into Tifa’s cleavage!'”). Various portrait galleries depict partially nude female characters; the general shapes of their bodies are displayed instead of actual detail (i.e., no nipples or genitalia). The words “a*s,” “damn,” and “hell” appear in the dialogue.