Gotham City Impostors, the unusual first-person shooter that's not about Batman, earned a T rating from the ESRB, which itself isn't surprising. But the certificate included this weird tidbit: The game includes a "sensual" voice option.
Along with cleavy outfits and underthings for the female characters, "a "sensual" voice option is also available in the customisation menu" for Gotham City Impostors, says the ESRB. This means the ladies say suggestive things like "I hope you bats like it rough."
My guess is it's not exactly what is said, but how it is said that tripped the ESRB's antennae.
The rest of the title, available later this year on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, features juvenile double-entendres such as character profile phrases like "Cuts the cheese," "Holding down the fart," and "I peed on it. It's mine." We're guessing that "crude" voice is on by default.