Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl Gold Rated By The ESRB
The Entertainment Software Rating Board has issued a rating for Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl Gold, continuing to reveal LEVEL-5’s plans to localize the role-playing game for a western release.
This comes after news had emerged that 3Beep was looking to hire staff to work on localizing “the television series and video game” into English.
Back in August 2017, The Snack World was initially released for Nintendo 3DS. But, it was later ported to Nintendo Switch in April 2018.
Set in a fantasy world that is combined with modern-day items, it stars the wandering hero Chup who seeks revenge after his village was destroyed.
“This is a role-playing game in which players lead adventurers through dungeons for treasure. From a top-down perspective, players traverse maze-like environments and use swords, axes, and bows to battle fantastical creatures and enemy bosses (e.g., ghosts, skeletons, krakens),” the Entertainment Software Rating Board’s rating summary reads.
“Battles are somewhat frenetic and accompanied by cries of pain, impact sounds, and colorful light effects. The game contains some suggestive material: a handful of female creatures depicted topless—though with no discernable details (i.e., no nipples); a character with hearts over his head telling a creature to whip him some more; dialogue containing frequent double entendre about tentacles (e.g., “I’m sure the kraken will be deeper inside. Much deeper inside…”; “I just want a really massive one!…You know to…satisfy me”; “It’s, it’s almost too much to take in!”; “What exactly did you think we wanted that tentacle for…?”). The word “a*s” appears in the game.”