The Entertainment Software Ratings Board has finally given us a summary for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and it's a beauty! There's enough sex, violence and substance abuse detailed here to make up 10% of Charlie Sheen's memoirs, and it sounds a lot more interesting!
"Some sequences allow players to injure/kill nonadversary characters, including prisoners chained to a wall; they scream in pain amid splashes of blood or fire," writes the ESRB. "As the game progresses, the dialogue and on-screen text contains references to sexual material (e.g., '... all the whores your heart, or any other organ, desires,' 'She ... raped the men as cruelly as Bal had ravished her,' and 'Remember when you thought [he] was . . . intent on making you . . . into his personal sex slave?').
The ESRB also notes that alcohol such as wine and mead can be consumed, and players can also get into a drinking contest, which results in "slurred speech." All told, the upcoming RPG has gotten itself an M-rating, as well as my top pick for potential game of the year.