Wednesday, January 4, 2012
SoulCalibur V goes gold, receives T for "Teen" rating
The new Evo 2012 game has been completed.
Games Radar is reporting that SoulCalibur V (SCV) has gone gold and has earned a T for "Teen" rating from the ESRB. Words such as damn, bitch and bastard played a role in the decision as well as "jiggling cleavage."
This shouldn't come as a surprise as most fighting games have received the T rating with bloody goodness from the Mortal Kombat series earning an M rating.
SCV is packed with goodies including the ability to battle Tekken producer, Katsuhiro Harada. If that wasn't enough to get the heads of fans spinning, Assassin's Creed protagonist, Ezio, will be playable in the game.
Last month, Finger Cramp caught up with Namco Bandai community manager, Rich Batengui. The NEC XII build of SCV was discussed as well as what gamers can except when the game hits store shelves.
SCV will be released in North America on Jan. 31, 2012 with the game hitting stores in Japan on Feb. 2.