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AssassinZ7
09-20-2012, 01:15 AM
Strong Language? I doubt it do u guys agree?
Sexual themes? Like what!?
i dont get why ubisoft put these things in there games, it dosent help the young gamers out there. if anyone from Ubisoft is reading this try to keep the language a bit less next time and skip out an the Sexual stuff seriuosly.

im3jia
09-21-2012, 09:03 PM
Well it is rated for M for mature gamers, which is I think 18+ years in the US, don't now about anywhere else.

And heres the ESRB summary:

''Rating summary: This is an action-adventure game in which players assume the role of Desmond, an assassin who must revisit the lives of his ancestors during the American Revolutionary War. Most missions require players to find, stalk, and kill enemies with a variety of weapons (e.g., muskets, handguns, bayonets, tomahawks). Players can also engage in swordfights with armed soldiers, resulting in depictions of impaled characters and occasional slow-motion effects; large blood splashes appear when enemies are injured. Cinematic cutscenes depict additional blood splatter on characters' bodies and/or clothing, along with more intense acts of violence: an unarmed prisoner getting his throat slit; a man getting shot in the head at close range; a man getting bludgeoned in the head with a cleaver. The dialogue contains a variety of sexual material/innuendo: “King Louis filled the place with *****s to keep his men from turning tail,” “[H]ere you are banging my sister behind my back,” “Don't flog the bishop again, lads,” “[T]hey spend 20 minutes simulating . . . sex and walk off with millions.” The game also contains the words “f**k” and “sh*t.” (spoken in both English and French).''

LukarFox
09-27-2012, 10:35 PM
Strong Language? I doubt it do u guys agree?
Sexual themes? Like what!?
i dont get why ubisoft put these things in there games, it dosent help the young gamers out there. if anyone from Ubisoft is reading this try to keep the language a bit less next time and skip out an the Sexual stuff seriuosly.

I disagree with what you think of the strong language. Assassin's Creed games have been known to utilize some pretty, well, strong language, such as the "F word," the "S word," etc.

Sexual themes were present in Assassin's Creed II and Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, so it shouldn't be a surprise that this game will have some as well.

Also, about the "young gamers" thing: Assassin's Creed isn't meant for young gamers, hence the "M for Mature" rating. It has content typically only suited for adults. I personally don't mind any of it because they always include such content in tasteful ways rather than it just being there for shock value or entertainment.