The ESRB classification for the North American market has for many years granted a category for the content of video games. On this occasion, the ESRB has already rated Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, which will debut in May of this year.
Recently the ESRB published the classification that Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection will have, which will be Teen, which implies that its content is suitable for players over 13 years because its content includes suggestive themes and a certain level of violence.
In that sense, the description of the compilation refers to elements of a fighting game, such as the presence of blood and the use of some weapons and accessories to attack. However, one of the details that draw attention is the description of the female characters because it considers that: “Some female fighters wear revealing outfits that expose large amounts of cleavage; one still-image depicts a woman with large portions of her bu**ocks exposed.”
Finally, the Teen Classification of the ESRB for the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection paid attention to the presence of references to al*ohol consumption, including the presence of barrels on a stage and a drunken person at a location.
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection will be the final compilation of the series and will range from its first installment to Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. Its launch is scheduled for May this year on PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC.