Rare Replay has been given a rating by the ESRB and, surprisingly, it’s not as kid-friendly as the colourful box art would suggest.
The content descriptor notes some foul language, violence, sexual moaning and innuendos amongst other things. Sounds right up our street, then. Oddly, the ESRB states it is a collection of 20 games, but this could be an error.
30 games for £20, though. The Rare Replay collection will release on August 4th for the Xbox One.
Content Descriptors: Blood, Language, Mature Humor, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Violence
|Rating Summary: This is a compilation of 20 fighting, adventure, racing, and platformer games. Some side-scrolling games allow players to punch, kick, and use various weapons (e.g., swords, drills, and mallets) to defeat enemy creatures and villains; blood-like splashes appear as enemies are injured. In one third-person shooter, players use pistols and machine guns to kill “cartoony” enemy bears. Some sequences in the third-person shooter depict characters getting shot and dismembered; large blood-splatter effects occur, and blood frequently stains the ground. One game contains instances of mature humor/sexual material: a “cartoony” pile of singing feces; sexual moaning sounds; allusions to fellatio/sex between a male and female cog (e.g., “Oh no! Not Mr. Big Cog! That’s me buggered!”). During the course of the game, some characters are depicted drinking beer, which triggers a screen-blurring effect. The words “sh*t,” “tw*t,” and “as*hole” are heard in the game.|