Hyrule Warriors has received its first official rating from a government classification board; the Australian Classification Board has slapped an M (mature) rating on the Zelda spin-off for violence, online interactivity, and mild nudity.

Please note that the Australian Classification Board’s mature rating is not the same as the mature rating in the United States; the Australian M rating is comparable to the T (teen) rating in the States, meaning that’s likely what it’ll be rated when it comes stateside.

What do you guys think? With Cia’s outfit, a T rating in the US is definitely the lowest rating possible.

Source: Australian Classification Board

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