Dragon Age: Origins Contains Bestiality, But No Nudity
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) released its rating summary for Bioware's upcoming role-playing game, Dragon Age: Origins, and it should come as no surprise that the game received a "Mature" rating. However, reading the "Rating Summary" reveals some interesting and, to some, disturbing, tidbits of information. For example, apparently you'll be able to visit a brothel where a hostess will ask you what you're interested in. If you happen to select "Surprise me," you may "wind up face-to-face with a woman, a man, a transsexual, or an animal." The ESRB goes on to say that the sexual activity is never depicted, nor does the game contain any human nudity. The ESRB did flag the game for "Partial Nudity", however, because "one female demon character is briefly depicted with bare breasts." Of course, with the toolset available to PC gamers, I think it's safe to bet that there will be several nudity patches/mods released shortly after the game.