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ESRB rates The Witcher 2 for Xbox 360

May 25 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

The Witcher has had a rough ride as far as consoles are concerned. The original PC game was due to arrive on the Xbox 360 as Rise of the White Wolf, but disappeared without a trace. The sequel has been caught in on/off limbo as far consoles go. 

The ESRB, however, has apparently gotten its hands on a 360 version of the game, confirming that it exists. No plans beyond the PC version have been officially official until now, so that's good news for people with rubbish computers. 

"During the course of the game, some female characters are depicted topless; there is also a fleeting image of pubic hair as a woman dives into the water," writes the rating board. "Players can initiate brief cutscene sequences that depict varying degrees of sexual activity: a topless woman rocking on top of man; a man caressing a woman's back; a man pushing up against a woman's posterior-sexual moaning sounds can be heard, though the camera cuts away from explicit sexual acts."

That's all you need to know, really. The breasts alone are worthy of at least a 6/10.


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