Nintendo does know we have the ESRB for situations like this right?

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User Info: zerooo0

zerooo0
1 year ago#1
I assume the games would be rated T if they didn't censor all the time
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User Info: LinkSSJ6

LinkSSJ6
1 year ago#2
Xenoblade X is rated T.

I think it's more of an issue NoA abhors the M rating.
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User Info: IRHP

IRHP
1 year ago#3
zerooo0 posted...
I assume the games would be rated T if they didn't censor all the time


They'd rather censor it and potentially get more sales by pandering to "everyone" instead of targeting "teens+." Derpy business logic.
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User Info: zerooo0

zerooo0
1 year ago#4
LinkSSJ6 posted...
Xenoblade X is rated T.

I think it's more of an issue NoA abhors the M rating.


Sadly, its not like a M rating would stop the kids from playing their games.
A wise man proportions his belief to the evidence.-David Hume

User Info: Fauch

Fauch
1 year ago#5
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User Info: zerooo0

zerooo0
1 year ago#6
IRHP posted...
zerooo0 posted...
I assume the games would be rated T if they didn't censor all the time


They'd rather censor it and potentially get more sales by pandering to "everyone" instead of targeting "teens+." Derpy business logic.


It's ridiculous as the M rating would not hurt Nintendo at all in fact, it would be a good start for Nintendo to drop the censoring.
A wise man proportions his belief to the evidence.-David Hume

User Info: toma13

toma13
1 year ago#7
zerooo0 posted...
LinkSSJ6 posted...
Xenoblade X is rated T.

I think it's more of an issue NoA abhors the M rating.


Sadly, its not like a M rating would stop the kids from playing their games.


An M rating for "partial nudity" or whatever certainly could stop parents though.
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User Info: Baha05

Baha05
1 year ago#8
You realize that the ESRB hasn't exactly stopped parents from b****ing right?
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User Info: Cynrascal

Cynrascal
1 year ago#9
Baha05 posted...
You realize that the ESRB hasn't exactly stopped parents from b****ing right?


Let them b****. They are the ones who little Jimmy play Call of Duty and throw every variation of slur at others online. Those type of people lost any chance of being deemed reasonable.

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/1-THK_MFW9k/maxresdefault.jpg
(Scene from a Teen rated game)
http://i.imgur.com/UvpWDVS.png
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User Info: Baha05

Baha05
1 year ago#10
Cynrascal posted...
Baha05 posted...
You realize that the ESRB hasn't exactly stopped parents from b****ing right?


Let them b****. They are the ones who little Jimmy play Call of Duty and throw every variation of slur at others online. Those type of people lost any chance of being deemed reasonable.

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/1-THK_MFW9k/maxresdefault.jpg
(Scene from a Teen rated game)

Not exactly good for company image to let them. After all TMNT II
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