Rise of Insanity is the First AO Game on the Switch! Yes, an Adults Only game is coming to the Nintendo Switch! However, are there problems?


An AO rated game on the Nintendo Switch!

For those who’re unaware, AO stands for Adults Only.


Up until now, AO rated games were only found on PC. And Sony and Microsoft STILL don’t allow AO rated games on their consoles!

And this is a Switch console exclusive on top of that (Yeah, it’s also on PC, but still)!

This is HUGE! Nintendo really is doing their absolute best to get away from their family-friendly image. And after the censorship of games such as Xenoblade Chronicles X and Fire Emblem Fates two years ago, you’d NEVER expect them to pull something like this.

Good job, Nintendo! You’re really knocking it out of the park with Third-Party Support!

Anyways,  SimFabric is responsible for porting Rise of Insanity to the Nintendo Switch platform and is the publisher of this title in Nintendo eShop. The release of the game is planned for Q3 2018.

What do you think of this news? Feel free to comment down below your thoughts on this news.

I’m skeptical, personally, because AO games normally aren’t allowed on consoles. (I think)


EDIT: The above video has been removed for some reason. Hmm. . . rating change looming,  perhaps?


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Raymond Turner

I highly doubt that it will keep that AO rating on the console release. It’s not that it’s illegal or anything for a console game to be AO, it’s just console developers don’t generally allow it, ever.

With that being said, I am a bit interested in this game.