Yeah you're probably right on that, they just seem to be the country that kicks up the biggest fuss about it. (Along with Aus.)Sleekit said:
From what I can tell, it's just the feeling that you are missing a piece of a game that other people are enjoying without being told alterations were made before the purchase.Windknight said:Ok, I seriously have to ask, is losing some exploding heads from multiplayer really that bad? If it really 'ruins' the game for you by the multiplayer not being as gory as it could be, the problem is not the gore or lack of it.
Actually, for whatever reason, more games lately are starting to be censored in all of Europe because of Germany. Recent example being Fire Emblem: Awakening, which didn't even have any blood or sexual content at all, but still had a CG and conversation censored for whatever reason.Covarr said:All of Europe got it censored? Strange, it's usually just Germany.
Why is America always censoring sex/nudity? Each country/region has something their picky about, in the US it's sex (because the most basic right of life is evil and must be hidden), Germany (and thus alot of Europe cops it) it's blood/violance, and Australia it's illegal drugs. Frankly out of those 3 I think the US is the worse, the other's have some valid complaints but censoring the human body is a weird way to go.Tanis said:Why are the Euro/Auzzie nations always pulling this crap?
Not Europe, just Germany. Kinda ruins it for the rest of us on occasion, you should check out GEMA as well.Tanis said:Why are the Euro/Auzzie nations always pulling this crap?
That's silly, it's the same for most, if not all European countries, and we've seen far much more blood than America has.Kalezian said:In AMERCICA! violence is pretty much what the country was founded on.