Bodacious Beach Bod Will Feature in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth It won’t be out until early next year, but the game has been rated and reviewed by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) ahead of its release. It was revealed that the teen-rated RPG will feature a “flashy beach body.” The question is: Who’s rocking this body?

Final Fantasy VII RebirthThe game, which will come exclusively to PS5 on February 29, 2024, continues after the events of 2020. Final Fantasy VII Remake and the next entry in Square Enix’s three-part series Final Fantasy VII redo the project. We’ve already seen a few trailers for the upcoming RPG, but we learned a little more about Rebirth Thanks to the ratings statement just published on the ESRB’s official website.

ESRB’s rating statement He explains that some of the women in the game are “designed with revealing outfits”, including “deep cleavage”. The ESRB also states: Rebirth Contains “suggestive dialogue” and close-ups of characters’ bodies. This points to an example where the camera pans to someone, presumably wearing a revealing outfit, and then says: “Admit it. You’re obviously mesmerized by my bodacious beach body.”

Now, the way the ESRB defines it makes it impossible to tell who has (or thinks they have) a gorgeous beach beach. So who are among the players? FF7 characters say they probably have a gorgeous beach? Place your bets now!

Other secrets the ESRB reveals

ESRB’s rating statement Rebirth also confirms that at least one character will be “impaled” with a sword in slow motion. Beware of spoilers for a game released in the 90s, in the original game Aerith was killed by the sword-wielding Sephiroth. You could also describe what happens in this original sequence as “slow motion”. It looks like the new remake sequel will do the same. The question is: Who will get stabbed this time?

In October, Rebirth director Naoki Hamaguchi promised a “big surprise” during that famous, iconic death sequence. But he didn’t elaborate beyond this sarcasm. Does he mean someone else will be stabbed in slow motion? Maybe no one gets stabbed and Sephiroth misses and runs away embarrassed. Or would it really be surprising to stab Aerith and trick everyone into thinking she won’t do it this time? Maybe someone is just a opinion A stabbing in slow motion. I’m really not sure.

And finally, the ESRB confirmed that some characters are drunk and slur their speech, and you’ll hear people say shit, dirt, and filth. I can’t wait!

Here’s the ESRB’s full statement: FF7 RebirthComing to PS5 in February 2024.

This is an action role-playing game in which players follow the story of a mercenary (Cloud Strife) trying to save the planet from evil. Players explore fantastical landscapes, complete quests, and fight monsters and soldiers in frantic melee combat. Characters use swords, staffs, guns, and magic to fight monsters and human soldiers; The conflict is emphasized by the sounds of blows, screams of pain, and explosions. Cutscenes depict other instances of violence, sometimes with splatter/puddles of blood: characters being impaled or slashed with swords, sometimes with slow-motion effects; an assassin throwing a spinning blade at a targeted figure; characters shot by soldiers.

Some female characters are designed with revealing clothing (e.g., deep cleavage); suggestive dialogue sometimes accompanies camera pans/close-ups of characters’ bodies/clothes (e.g., “Admit it. You’re mesmerized by my gorgeous beach body.”). The game contains some alcohol content: as Cloud, players can drink a version of moonshine at the bar; In cutscenes, drunk characters are sometimes seen slurring their speech. A handful of scenes depict characters smoking cigars or smoking hookah. The words “sh*t”, “a*shole” and “pr*ck” appear in the game.




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