ESRB RATES KIRBY AND FORGOTTEN LAND E10+
Kirby and the Forgotten Land are the latest titles in the Kirby games series. The ESRB has rated the game. Although the release date is not yet known.
The Kirby new release has been rated E10+ by the ESRB, which means that it is suitable for audiences aged 10 and older. The official ESRB website noted that the game contained “cartoon violence”. It shouldn’t surprise that the Kirby game is rated E or E10+.
Kirby was revealed earlier this year in September. The 3D-platformer action-adventure game Kirby will explore a mysterious land that includes abandoned structures and a shopping mall. Kirby can use his enemies’ abilities to his advantage and attack and explore. Although there is no release date, an official age rating indicates that it’s likely to be soon.
The Kirby series has over 30 titles, with Kirby being the most recent. Kirby’s Dream Land was the first game released on the Game Boy in 1992. Kirby Fighters2 was the last game released on the Nintendo Switch in September 2020. Kirby has been a hugely successful Nintendo franchise, having sold over 38 million copies.
It is also among the 50 most popular franchises. The ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board), gives ratings for video games from the US, Canada, and Mexico based on their content and age. Five ratings are available from the ESRB: E (Everyone), T (Teen), E10+(Everyone 10+), E10+ [Everyone 10+], and M (Mature 17+).
Kirby and the Forgotten Land will only be available on the Nintendo Switch. This is the second Kirby game. Although a release date has not yet been announced, it has been set for Spring 2022. All play modes are supported on the Switch.