Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call may look like a cute and innocent rhythm action RPG starring the best of the Final Fantasy franchise, but this charming facade hides the “Teen”-rated heart of a suggestive phrase-filled corruption machine.
Like the first game, Curtain Call was called out for its depictions of violence including “a figure impaled by a lance; characters shot with arrows and gun-like weapons; blood on the ground and/or characters’ faces and clothing” and for female character in outfits that “reveal moderate amounts of cleavage”.
However, Curtain Call ups the ante with its in-game passwords, which the ESRB says include “suggestive phrases”. It provided three exmaples – “Loves chasing tail,” “Panty shot,” and “Harem party”.
Gosh. That’s not all though. While Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy included the words “damnably” and “hell”, Curtain Call includes one so vulgar the ESRB felt the need to censor it as “a*s”.
Curtain Call is coming west later this year and is apparently quite a lot more exciting than we had been led to believe.
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