Dragon Ball Z Kinect Classified PG in Australia
Evidence for Dragon Ball Z Kinect just keeps growing! On February 27, 2012, the Australian Government gave Dragon Ball Z Kinect a classification (or rating) of PG (parental guidance) for mild violence.
That is pretty much an equivalent of North America’s ESRB rating of T for Teen.
The publisher is the expected Namco Bandai Australia and like all video games in Australia, Dragon Ball Z Kinect is listed as a computer game. You may note it says “Multi Platform”, but after doing a bit of research all video games have that notation listed, even when they are for a single platform. We expect this game to be a Microsoft Xbox 360 exclusive.
Rumblings of Dragon Ball Z Kinect first began with the Korea’s Game Rating Board back on February 17th. A few days later, the British Board of Film Classification listed the game with a June 15th release date. Take all this information with caution for now. There hasn’t been any confirmation from Namco Bandai Games so nothing is official at this point in time, but the evidence for the game so far is certainly raising our hopes!
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