A game called Dead Island Retro Revenge has been outed by both the Australian Classification Board and the Brazil Advisory Rating Board.
According to the Australian Classification Board’s listing, the game will be developed by Empty Clip Studios. The San Diego-based developer has created several ports as well as four original rhythm games: Symphony for PC and Android, Groovin’ Blocks for Wii and iOS, Groovin’ Blocks HD for PS3 and PSP, and Song Blaster for iOS.
Dead Island Retro Revenge will be rated M in Australia and is “not recommended for children under fourteen years” in Brazil. The Australian Classification Board factors in online play when deciding on a game’s rating, something that the North American ESRB doesn’t, so the game could potentially be rated “Teen” in the United States.
The Brazil Advisory Rating Board lists Dead Island Retro Revenge for release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.