Rockstar Games' Manhunt 2 (2007) was the second game given an AO rating for extremely violent content, but was re-edited to meet the M rating so it could be released on consoles (an uncut, AO-rated version for Windows was released in 2009).Hatred (2015), a game centering on a character indiscriminately murdering everyone he encounters, was the third game to receive the rating solely for violence.These same games are often explict in content, when that isn't the kind of repersentation desired.As i stated in my posts in this thread, major lead roles need to go to lgbt characters in stories where their sexuailty is not the beginning and ending of who they are. I honestly didn't see the Ericka as the main love interest since, l pretty much befriended everyone and maxed out their popularity events.I can relate to Yu and his coding is so heavy that i feel hurt by his arc.
Right now to find an lgbt character in games you either get a female homosexual or actively look for them in games often tagged or flagged as lgbt.
I can't be only one, creeped out by the fact that the very young looking female characters tend to have tight, short, and skimpy outfits and they all look younger than 17. This is again adults who are openly out and over 21 at the end of 2016.
This would convert to 4 out of 100 if brought down to the smallest number.
Games with the AO rating are considered by the board to be suitable for players age 18 and over; AO-rated games can contain higher levels of violent, profane, sexual, or pornographic content than the next-lowest rating on the scale, Mature (M), which is generally considered suitable for players 17 and over, can accommodate.
The fighting game Thrill Kill (1998) was given an AO rating for its violent content; its release was cancelled after the acquisition of its publisher, Virgin Interactive, by Electronic Arts, as they objected to the game's content.