After Realtime Worlds' appetite-whetting unveiling of its upcoming cops-n'-jerkbags MMO APB (All Points Bulletin), it'd be a little disappointing if it turned out that all we were being promised was sanitized "comic mischief." But no — Realtime Worlds fully expects to earn its M rating. Realtime Worlds president Tony Harman (who recently told us why we didn't see APB at E3) had a chat with Gamespot:
Realtime Worlds president Tony Harmon told GameSpot today that he's expecting his modern-day cops-and-robbers game APB to land an M from the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Though the game has no release date yet, the developer is planning to submit it to the ratings process next year.