A western launch date for Rune Factory 3 Special may quickly be on the horizon because the game has not too long ago been rated by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. The ESRB gave the farming life-sim game a Teen rating as a result of themes of fantasy violence, gentle suggestive themes, and using alcohol. Rune Factory 3 Special has already acquired a agency launch date in Japan with the game arriving within the land of the rising solar on 2nd March. We will let you understand as soon as a western launch date has been introduced by XSEED and Marvelous.
“This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of an amnesiac fighter trying to settle disputes between humans and monsters. Players explore environments (e.g., towns, dungeons, forests), interact with characters, complete missions, (e.g., resource gathering, farming), and battling various monsters (e.g., goblins, mushrooms, giant spiders). Characters use swords, axes, and magic attacks to defeat monsters in melee combat; battles are highlighted by impact sounds, dwindling health bars/hit points, and screen-shaking effects. Some female characters are depicted in swimsuits that reveal moderate amounts of cleavage; the dialogue contains some innuendo (e.g., “Ahem! My eyes are up here“; “I wasn’t ogling you”; “You aren’t…getting up to anything too kinky…”). During the course of the game, gamers can acquire and give bottles of wine, inflicting recipients/gamers’ character to go to sleep after consuming.”
ESRB rating particulars