The Ghosts are experts at sneaking behind enemy lines and tearing the soiled undergarments off terrorism’s ugly unmentionables, but even they don’t quite pack the secret-uncovering, dirt-digging prowess of the ESRB.
So, ESRB, what’s the scoop on Ghost Recon Predator for the PSP? Does it focus on the trials, tribulations, and heart-rending struggle to just fit in faced by the brand new eight-foot tall, green-blooded, dreadlocked member of the Ghost team?
“This is an action game/third-person shooter in which players engage in combat missions as part of an elite military unit. Players use a variety of machine guns, sniper rifles, grenades, and explosives to infiltrate hostile compounds and kill enemies,” reads the ESRB’s description.
“Gun fights are depicted realistically, with loud gun sound effects, large explosions, and characters that yell in pain when hit. Gunshots result in splashes or small clouds of red blood that disappear quickly. Characters use the words “sh*t,” “b*tch,” and “a*s” in the dialogue.”
So we’re gonna take that as a “no.” Oh well, Mr. Predator. Back to mounting human heads on your trophy wall, then.
Something to note, however: Ghost Recon Predator was the name Future Soldier was listed under when it was rated by the OFLC last year, which leads us to speculate that maybe Predator’s only a temporary title on the PSP as well. Time will tell.