ESRB has given their rating for Tales of Graces F, treatment as well as provided a little info on the game... which everyone may find quite amusing.ESRB gave the game a Teen rating, though you guys probably already know that by now because of the boxart. They supplemented the rating with the info below:
Content: Crude Humor, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes
Rating Summary: "This is an adventure role-playing game in which players follow a band of characters on a quest to save the world from their possessed friend. As players explore fantasy realms, they use swords, staffs, and magic attacks to defeat human enemies and creatures (e.g., wolves, bears, plant monsters). Battles are accompanied by slashing sounds and colorful light effects; damage is indicated by depleting health meters and a loss of hit points. Cutscenes depict more intense acts of violence: characters getting impaled, thrown against walls, or stabbed. During the course of the game, some female characters are dressed in outfits that expose moderate amounts of cleavage; part of the storyline includes a woman's obsession with “touching” another member of her party (e.g., “I really touched her . . . Once more! Please! Wait! Let me touch her again!”). Some scenes include instances of bathroom humor (e.g., a boy wetting his pants in fear; a girl making loud retching/vomiting sounds after overeating). The words “damn” and “hell” can be heard in the dialogue."
A745 (or Abby, as most people call her) is the founder of Abyssal Chronicles. She is currently a doctor, but that doesn't stop her from showing her love for the Tales of Series. She loves potato chips. A lot.