Upcoming PS Vita exclusive Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy has received its official rating from the Australian classification board ahead of its Western release later this year.
The dungeon-crawler has received an ‘M’ rating in the land down under, meaning the game should only be sold to mature audiences due to its mild nudity and language as well as moderate themes of violence, something we all expected really.
For reference, an ‘M’ rating in Australia means that a product with this rating shouldn’t be sold to anybody below the age of fifteen.
Whilst it may feature a few frisky moments here and there and some questionable outfits that would turn the head of any Westerner, there’s nothing in there for parents to fret about and honestly, nothing any fifteen old lad hasn’t seen already.
Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy places players in the boots of a group of teenage agents who must defend Tokyo from the emerging threat of the “Variants” who’ve come from another dimension to cause a bit of a ruckus and generally do what enemies do. Why does everything that comes from another dimension seem intent on killing? Rudeness, that’s all it is.
Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy will be available from April 14th in North America and April 17th in the UK and Europe. If you’ve a nice big PS Vita memory card you’ll be able to download the game, but if you long for the smell of fresh cellophane then you’ll also be able to pick it up at any decent retailer.