The ESRB description of the game does not skimp on details about the violence it will show.
A sweet time is coming for fans of Kimetsu no yaiba and video games. This fall will be released Guardians of the Night: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Chronicles of Hinokami, the game inspired by the Koyoharu Goyouge series that causes a sensation around the world, and that will allow us to relive the events of the first season of the anime – and the later film – in all its glory. Not only that, in view of his description in the ESRB database, it appears that the game will not skimp on action and violence.
The US rating agency has awarded the game a “T” for “Teen”, suitable for over 16 years, but the note is surprising in view of how they describe the adventure. In the same way as in the anime, the battles of Kimetsu no Yaiba They are noted for the use of “impact sounds, cries of pain, and bloodstain effects. Definitive movements usually lead to jets of blood bursting from the neck of the opponents “.
“One scene shows a demon being beheaded, and then continue talking to the characters “, highlights the body, who also talk about” arms and eyes “cut off in the game, and the use of bad words. Come on, it seems that the game of Kimetsu no Yaiba will be faithful to the graphic action seen in the series. Interestingly, in the European body PEGI make a description very similar to that of its American counterpart, but they mention that the game does not show this beheading.
Is it a typo, or will the game be censored in Europe? Kimetsu no Yaiba: The Hinokami Chronicles will be available worldwide on October 15, both in physical and digital format. This week we have learned that the game will arrive translated into Spanish, and in the past we have seen its fighting in action with various gameplays, like this one that we offer starring Tanjiro (Hinokami Kagura).
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