The highly-anticipated RPG passes through the ACB unscathed

Xenoblade Chronicles, the Nintendo-published RPG developed by Monolith Soft, just yesterday received a rating in Australia from the ACB.

The game will be released on Australian shores with a classification of "M: Recommended for mature audiences". According to our friendly neighbourhood classification board, the game contains "fantasy violence".

Xenoblade was released in Japan on June 10 last year, and received the following review from Famitsu:

Xenoblade (9/9/9/9, 36 points): "The massive field to explore, plus the sheer number of side quests, is enough to make you forget about the main story. The battles are also excellent, requiring you to constantly think about your position against the enemys."

The European release is slated for September; its wise to expect the Australian copy to land somewhere around that time.

Source: ACB