The Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) has officially given a rating to the upcoming Deapool video game and it is none other than ‘Mature.’ Their listed reasons for said rating are: “Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Mature Humor, Sexual Content, Strong Language.”
They also detailed why it received this rating:
- Battles are frenetic and accompanied by screams of pain, gunfire, and large blood-splatter effects.
- Some attacks result in dismemberment or decapitations; body parts and bloodstains can be seen on the ground.
- Players can also employ stealth attacks, in which close-up camera angles depict more severe damage against enemies.
- Throughout the game, the protagonist provides irreverent commentary and jokes amidst the exaggerated acts of violence (e.g., “No guts no glory” when hanging from his entrails; “Oh that’s gonna leave a mark” when dismembering an enemy; “That’s because you have more comics than me” when repeatedly beating a character on the ground).
- The dialogue also contains mature humor, sexual material and innuendo
- Other instances of mature humor include an extended toilet scene and the pumping up of an inflatable doll.
So it sounds exactly like the Deadpool video game that fans want. The ESRB also revealed a quick description of the game, hinting at what the game’s story consists of:
“This is an action-adventure game based on characters from the Deadpool comic book franchise. Players assume the role of Deadpool, a mercenary on a mission to hunt down and capture an evil millionaire. As players traverse enemy strongholds, they use an assortment of melee weapons (swords, sais, giant hammers) and firearms (pistols, machine guns, shotguns) to kill human soldiers and mutant enemies.”
In the upcoming third-person shooter, you play as Deadpool in an all new adventure written by long time “Deadpool” scribe Daniel Way. You can watch the first trailer for the game by clicking here and don’t forget to check out the website for the game at DeadpoolGame.com for more info.
Deadpool will be available later this year for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.