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May, 2016

  • 5 May

    Tokyo Mirage Sessions Censorship Comparison – Censored Gaming

    Tokyo Mirage Sessions Censorship

    Welcome to a special Censored Gaming Recap featuring YouTube’s Censored Gaming! Localisation changes, cut content, and outright denial of sales is an unfortunately ever-growing trend in today’s industry. We’re going to do our best to document gaming censorship as it happens, to make you aware of just what’s being affected and what content is being deemed too objectionable for your libraries. ...

January, 2016

  • 28 January

    Censored Gaming Recap 2 – Fire Emblem Frenzy

    Censored Gaming Recap 2

    Welcome to The Censored Gaming Recap featuring YouTube’s Censored Gaming! Localisation changes, cut content, and outright denial of sales is an unfortunately ever-growing trend in today’s industry. We’re going to do our best to document gaming censorship as it happens, to make you aware of just what’s being affected and what content is being deemed too objectionable for your libraries. Yandere ...

  • 14 January

    Tim Schafer’s AMA Sparks Concerns About Censorship

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    At 7PM on the 11th of January, 2016, Double Fine Studio’s Tim Schafer, currently working on a crowd-funded sequel to his cult classic title Psychonauts, started a thread for fans and critics to ask him questions on Reddit’s r/IAmA Sub-Board under his online handle ‘TimOfLegend.’ In 12 hours time, almost 3,000 comments and replies can be displayed in the thread. ...

December, 2015

  • 18 December

    Censored Gaming Recap – Yohjo Oh No

    Censored Gaming Recap

    Welcome to our new feature, The Censored Gaming Recap featuring YouTube’s Censored Gaming! Localisation changes, cut content, and outright denial of sales is an unfortunately ever-growing trend in today’s industry. We’re going to do our best to document gaming censorship as it happens, to make you aware of just what’s being affected and what content is being deemed too offensive for ...

November, 2015

  • 14 November

    Xenoblade Chronicles X Censorship – Breast Sizes Locked

    Xenoblade Chronicles X Censorship

    “This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.” Nintendo’s Wii U JRPG Xenoblade Chronicles X releases in the West next month, and YouTube channel GameXplain have been going through a pre-release copy of the localised game. Most of the game’s content remains intact, but there are two notable instances of censorship made to female characters. The first fans have known about for a few ...

June, 2015

  • 25 June

    Apple Pulls Ultimate Generals: Gettysburg From App Store

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    UPDATE: Apple has reversed the removal of Ultimate Generals: Gettysburg. In a Facebook status, Games-Lab posted: “Ultimate General is back. Unchanged. After several late night phone calls with Apple yesterday and today the game has returned to Appstore the way it was… in 1863.” On the evening of June 17 of this year, a deranged, hate-filled man walked into a church ...

  • 16 June

    Conker’s Bad Fur Day – Censored Gaming (Video)

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    Rare’s Nintendo 64 classic Conker’s Bad Fur Day was infamous for holding many vulgar, violent, and shocking scenes despite appearing to be a standard collect-a-thon platformer for children. Despite being distinctly classified as suitable only for adults, there was still a lot of content planned that was deemed too hot for the 64 game and original Xbox remake. Our very own Tojeka ...

March, 2015

  • 2 March

    Dead Or Alive Tournament Organisers Want Sexy Costume Ban

    Dead Or Alive

    So it’s come to this, huh? Team Ninja’s ever-popular and ever-notorious fighting game series Dead Or Alive just recently released its latest incarnation in the form of Dead Or Alive 5: Last Round. With it, there are hundreds of costumes available for download for its playable characters. However, many of them of course perpetuate the image problem DOA has always ...

January, 2015

  • 9 January

    The Gamers Resolution For 2015

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    Welcome to 2015. The last year has been a hell of a ride for the gaming community. Bitter conflicts across social media and games websites have shaken up the landscape quite a bit. It’s been ugly, but also inspiring in plenty of ways. Love them or hate them, we now have an global online movement proclaiming to be a force ...

December, 2014

  • 17 December

    Hatred Steam Greenlight Page Restored

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    Whether it provokes support or, well, Hatred, Polish studio Destructive Creations’ controversial shooter has been the talk of the town ever since its reveal in October. The trailer sparked backlash from numerous sites for its brutal ultra-violence and depiction of the player character’s horrific killing spree. Then yesterday, the game appeared on Valve’s Steam Greenlight service. The Steam community voted on ...

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