Oh yes, it's that time again! Time for another brilliant ESRB rating. We've had Street Fighter IV's flexed gluteus, Mass Effect 2's future blouse, and Final Fantasy XIII's breast side portions. Now the ESRB has given us the most amazing mental image yet -- demon penis.
Yes, once again the North American ratings board has given a brilliant content descriptor of an upcoming game, putting Dante's Inferno through its paces and making sure to warn us of all the sexual content in it. As always, it's brilliantly written. Here's what the ESRB has to say about the sexual content in Visceral's latest:
"The game also contains some sexual content and depictions of nudity. During one sequence, a distraught demon-like creature seizes Dante's right hand and slowly guides it across her bare chest; during another, "shade minions" in high heels moan lustfully -- in the Lust level -- as tentacles protrude from their stomachs, their lower regions. As for the nudity: a tapestry-style (hand-drawn) image of a topless woman embracing a man; the same art-style depicting a slave woman -- breasts exposed -- lying on the floor with the guilt-ridden; a naked woman on a stone slab levitating in the air (only her breasts are fully defined); the aforementioned topless Cleopatra; and a bluish devil/demon in boss-battle mode -- its penis visible during the flying and fire-spewing, the standing around (there are equivalent physics applied to female/male body parts)."
That's right. Its penis is visible during the flying and fire-spraying. I never, never though I would be reading such a sentence in my life, but there you go. Once again the ESRB has exposed me to some brilliant sexual terminology. Thanks again, guys!
Hit the jump for the full rating.