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Rumor: ESRB Reveals Delta Force: Urban Warfare Heads to PSN

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235w ago - The Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) have recently rated a shooter named Delta Force: Urban Warfare, originally released for the PlayStation 2 and PSOne back in 2002, for the PS3 and PSP which means it's likely to be heading to PSN.

For those unaware, Delta Force: Urban Warfare was first created by Alien vs Predator developer Rebellion.

To quote: "Last week we brought you the news that a PlayStation 2 title could make a triumphant comeback to the PS3 next year, but Delta Force: Urban Warfare is more likely to release in the coming months on the PlayStation Network.

As it's still unannounced for PSN though, we'll nudge Sony for comment."
 

ESRB Reveals More PSOne Classics Heading to PS3 and PSP

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260w ago - According to the latest ESRB listing, several new PSOne Classics are coming to Sony's PlayStation 3 and PSP consoles via PlayStation Network.

To quote from Examiner.com (linked above): "They have several exciting PSOne Classics on the horizon.

The Entertainment Software Rating Board recently rated several games as PSOne Classics. Although some were already released, a handful of upcoming titles were also revealed.

Here is the latest batch of PSOne Classics rated by the ESRB for the PSP and PlayStation 3:

• Bomberman Party Edition
• Dirt Jockey
• Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver
• Silent Hill
• Tomb Raider III"
 

ESRB Censors Violent God of War 3 PlayStation 3 Videos

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270w ago - Late last night, the ESRB forced the removal of several gruesome God of War III [Register or Login to view links] and replaced them with censored versions.

Two of the more notorious scenes shown thus far from the game, one where Kratos rips the eye out of a cyclops and one where Kratos tears the head of Helios from his body, were blocked out by a big 'censored by the ESRB' logo.

To quote: The two scenes both showed detailed flesh tearing and gore.

Though the trailers can still be found uncensored elsewhere on the 'net, this does bring up concerns as to what may happen to the content in the final game, both in these scenes and ones that haven't been shown.

In an interview from PlayStation Magazine, the God of War team was quoted saying "Some of these scenes are so violent, they are never going on the Internet", meaning we haven't even seen the worst of it yet, but the ESRB is already stepping in.

In 2007, Manhunt was barred from release because of excessive and bleak violence - could God of War III be headed down the same path?
 

ESRB Rates Final Fantasy Tactics for PlayStation Network

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275w ago - It looks like Final Fantasy VII isn't the only Final Fantasy game coming to the PSone Classics selection on the PlayStation Store.

The [Register or Login to view links] have recently rated Final Fantasy Tactics for the PlayStation 3 and PSP, meaning it's most definitely on its way to the PlayStation Store.

Let's hope with the second Final Fantasy title coming to the PlayStation Store, that there are more to come.

Maybe we'll soon get Final Fantasy IX, Ehrgeiz, Chrono Cross and other Square PSone titles on the PlayStation Store.

More details to come as they are available!
 

Ikkitousen: Shining Dragon Banned by ESRB for Skimpy Outfits

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279w ago - The makers of the anime fighting game Ikkitousen: Shining Dragon must be very sad today, because the ESRB has banned the game.

Most anime games are renowned for girls in skimpy outfits such as sailors or school girls, but Ikkitousen: Shining Dragon takes it one step further as the outfits rip and deform as fights progress, showing more of the girls' bare body.

In a statement, the ESRB said the following:

"All the female characters are dressed in short skirts or skirts with a high slit. The game features frequent depictions of panties, cleavage, and exaggerated breast jiggle. A special attack move allows some characters to rip opponents' clothes to shreds - exposing even more of the female anatomy (legs, breasts, partial buttocks)."

This does beg the question as to quite how Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 made it past the censors.
 
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