The thing I want to know is since they got me thinking of Sweden, if as the summary says they'd use "the Bechdel test, which looks at whether fictional films or books feature at least two women talking about a topic other than men", does that mean minecraft is sexist? After all, it doesn't feature two female characters talking about a topic other than a man. Of course, it doesn't consist of two characters talking at all, but....
It's one of the limitations of the test. You could argue that it cannot fail the test if there aren't women in the game at all. Some alternatives to the Bechdel test include gauging whether the sole female character's behaviours are just there to prop up the male characters.
The video game ratings will not be solely based on Bechdel tests, but rather they are using it as inspiration to determine a set of criteria that would result in labelling a game "sexist".
I suspect that several different tests will be used, based on the specific circumstances (are there women even in the game? is there one or more than one? what is their interaction between each other and between them and the main character? etc)