Fans have had to be very patient when it comes to Digimon Survive. Originally planned to be launched in 2019, but then delayed to 2020, 2021 and then the latest delay to 2022, it has certainly been a long time coming.
Fortunately, however, the game is now officially rated by the ESRB, suggesting that its release is not too far away. If you are interested, it has been rated as ‘Teen’; here is what the ESRB had to say …
“This is a visual novel with strategy / role-playing game elements, where players follow Japanese teenagers lost in a world of monsters. While players follow the story, they periodically engage in turn-based battles using Digimon (monsters with special powers ). / abilities).
While human and Digimon characters move around on lattice-like battlefields, players select attack moves / skills from a menu and watch short animations of monsters performing moves. Attacks can include kicks, bites, explosions of energy and elemental eruptions. A cutscene briefly depicts a still image of a bloodstained corpse. Out of a variety of attack moves, Digimon can perform a Poop Toss, which is depicted as a cartoon-like poo reel thrown at opponents and is accompanied by squishy sound effects. The words “sh * t”, “b * tch” and “p * ssed” appear in the dialog. “
You had us for squishy poop sound effects.
The game’s creator recently sent a message to fans thanking them for their patience and claiming that it would actually be launched in 2022. The message noted that more news about the game was coming “soon”, and with this rating now in place, there is even more reason to believe that the wait is almost over.
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