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Also check out the thread about this at >>577
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I don't see why. I mean, the graphics are very low-res and the goriest things in the game are the various severed limbs you encounter. It could definitely pass as T.
.flow, on the other hand, would easily be rated M.
If the Castlevania games can get away with mountans of blood, gore, and mutilated bodies and still scrape a Teen rating on every DS title, I don't think Yume Nikki would be a problem.
And if you're judging the rating by the scare factor, Earthbound got (the modern-day equivelant of) an E rating. Earthbound, as in the game with Giygas in it.
Have you met the average 12 year old?