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- Sep 8, 2006
Another pseudo-Survive update.
The Australian Classification ratings board classified Survive in August and a month ago Brazil did the same.
The world tour continues as we have ratings information from Korea. It appears it was rated about the same time as Brazil, the information is just now being published.
It was rated "12+". This is the second rating on the scale in Korea after 'All'. 12+ is used for titles that are suitable for those 12 and older.
In addition, they also publish an overview with various details. That includes a small description, then what appears to be a simple 'has it' or doesn't scale for various categories.
The small description regarding why it got the rating it did:
A role-playing game for PC in which the main characters who participated in the camp are suddenly transferred to another world and have an adventure at the risk of survival.
Expressing a mild level of violence (Continuous battle with various types of Digimon)
Then the various categories: (None appears to equate to 'None' or 'Not enough to matter for the rating')
Overall this lines up roughly with what we saw from Australia and Brazil.
Thanks to Gematsu for the heads up that it had been rated.