Dance Central: Spotlight for Xbox One Leaked by ESRB Rating

on June 9, 2014 8:35 AM

The ESRB just rated a new Xbox One game titled Dance Central: Spotlight, which is obviously the first Kinect 2.0-powered installment of the popular dancing franchise.

Looks like the rating board isn’t exactly aware of the timings of the announcements at E3 (as it’s most probable that we’ll hear about the game at Microsoft’s press conference in just a few hours).

You can read the full rating below:

Platform: Xbox One

Rating Category: T

Content Descriptors: Mild Lyrics

Other: Features downloadable music content that may be inconsistent with the ESRB rating (Xbox One)

Rating Summary: This is a rhythm-and-dance simulation game in which players perform dance steps by following the movements of on-screen characters. Players score points by accurately moving their bodies in time with the music and scrolling flashcards. Some song lyrics contain suggestive/sexual material (e.g., “Baby let me put your panties to the side I’mma make you feel alright,” “First class seat on my lap girl,” and “Tres, we can ménage a three though”). Other songs reference drugs and alcohol (e.g., “As we moonshine and molly” and “And I’m eating at the beat like you gave a little speed to a great white shark on shark week”).

 /  Executive News Editor
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