The latest addition to the ESRB is not in the least bit exciting. Oh, I'm sorry. Were you interested in the Tempest-based psychadelic shoot-a-thon named Space Giraffe? In that case, pop the champagne.
The game garners a rating of E for everyone. Guess Minter did indeed eliminate catchy phrases like these (link filled with naughty words, beware) from the game.
This announcement is likely extra cause for celebration in the house of Minter as the various ratings boards threw them into a bit of a tizzy during certification. But that is all behind them now and Space Giraffe is finally past final cert and hopefully headed our way soon.
In addition to that, the XBLA-speculated Live Free or Die Hard has reemerged at the top of the list. But honestly, that probably means little to nothing.
Here's a rundown of what else is lurking within the bowels of the ESRB after you click the link below and stuff.
Worthplaying is reporting on the latest ERSB posting. Namely, an entry for Live Free or Die Hard for the Xbox 360 with a rating of T for Teen. Then the conversation turns to Xbox Live Arcade. Why? Simple.
The developer listed on the ESRB site is Sensory Sweep Studios who are responsible for the XBLA version of Street Fighter II. In addition, their history shows that they work almost exclusively on titles for portables. Put it all together, and one might assume that Live Free or Die Hard would be an XBLA title.
[via Worthplaying, thank xboxarchiv.de]
[Update]: Changed the picture size due to the site being nearly consumed by Bruce's noggin' and added some appropriate categories.