The description talks about violence between animals and bouncing heads.
We’re less than a month away from the release of the part game, part game creation hybrid tool, Dreams. The game has been a long time in the making, with a pretty lengthy beta that wrapped up not too long ago. Sony and developer Media Molecule have high hopes for the title, though it’s not clear exactly how it’ll be received.
The game was recently rated by the ESRB. It got a T rating, which you can read about through here. The description mentions playable demos as well, which includes animals attacking each other in third person combat and the use of hammers and projectiles. It’s not clear, but this most likely refers to the single player ‘campaign’ of three different scenarios the game will have that shows off three distinct art and gameplay styles Media Molecule will provide.
“Playable demos include games in which animal characters engage in third-person melee combat; characters use hammers and projectiles to attack fantastical enemies (e.g., bouncing heads, statues). The word “sh*t” appears in one of the demos.”
Dreams will release for the PlayStation 4 on February 14th. There’s also rumors abound that the game could also be making its way to PC soon, but as of now there’s nothing official.