Diabolical Pitch Rated by PEGI: ‘Non realistic looking violence’

As one of the most highly anticipated Xbox 360 Kinect titles since its original announcement shortly after the revelation of the device itself, any news on the forthcoming Diabolical Pitch is good news for fans of Grasshopper Manufacture and their charismatic CEO, Goichi Suda (aka […]
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Electronic Theatre ImageAs one of the most highly anticipated Xbox 360 Kinect titles since its original announcement shortly after the revelation of the device itself, any news on the forthcoming Diabolical Pitch is good news for fans of Grasshopper Manufacture and their charismatic CEO, Goichi Suda (aka Suda 51). Formerly known as Codename D, Diabolical Pitch is exclusive to the Kinect device, and will be made available via the Xbox LIVE Arcade digital distribution service.

Having been considered the entry level ‘mature’ title for the Kinect device – an honour which has sine been taken by SEGA’s surprisingly well received Rise of Nightmares – for many that already own the Xbox 360 add-on the release of Diabolical Pitch can’t some soon enough. Electronic Theatre Image Thankfully, that release seems as though it might be approaching sooner rather than later, as PEGI has now revealed their official certification of the videogame.

Submitted by Microsoft Ireland Research on Friday, 7th January 2012, PEGI’s detailing of the age certification reads: “The content of this game is suitable for persons aged 12 years and over only. It contains: Non realistic looking violence towards human characters – Mild bad language”

No release date or price has yet been announced for Diabolical Pitch, but you can be certain that Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on this and other forthcoming titles from Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda 51.

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