Entries in 'censorship' (16)
Subsets of the games community are crying ‘censorship’ once again after Blizzard has said it will pull sexually exploitative Overwatch artwork.
An Australian retailer has taken steps to reduce the appeal of games designed for those aged 18 and above.
The voice actress of Xenoblade Chronicles X character Lin has spoken out in favour of the alterations made to the game for its Western release.
Capcom has said that some recent tweaks to Street Fighter V were born of its want for the game to appeal to as wide an audience as possible.
Eagle-eyed gamers have noticed that a recent update to the Street Fighter V beta has altered the way some of the female characters are presented on screen.
The Japanese version of Wii U title Xenoblade Chronicles X features a 13-year-old girl in some of skimpiest clothes you’ve ever seen. The Western release, fortunately, will not.
It has emerged that some sexually suggestive content has been cut from the Japanese version of PS4 title The Order: 1886.
Capcom has confirmed that a particularly explicit line of sexual dialogue from DmC: Devil May Cry has been removed from tomorrow’s Definitive Edition re-release.
Valve appears to be automatically monitoring the blocking the content of some Steam chat.
The option for nudity in indie hit Papers Please has been restored after what Apple described as a “misunderstanding”.
Indie hit Papers Please is now available on iPad, but creator Lucas Pope has revealed that Apple forced him to remove the game’s nudity.
Gambling, drugs, racism and superstition are amongst the many things that will see console games being banned in China.
The co-creator of South Park has attacked Ubisoft for its decision to censor South Park: The Stick of Truth in some regions, including Europe.
UK residents are now able to access The Pirate Bay using a dedicated web browser designed by the controversial organisation.
Elements of the multiplayer component of The Last of Us were censored in the European release, it has been discovered.
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