Behold China’s Censorship of ‘Kingdom Hearts III’…

While many of us are still trying to process the recent news that Kingdom Hearts III has finally gone gold (I’m mean, a lot of us thought this day would NEVER come), another interesting piece of news has popped up regarding Square-Enix and Disney’s upcoming RPG. Recently, Chinese game site A9VG covered Kingdom Hearts III, there was a pretty noticeable omission in the story: Winnie the Pooh. Above, … Continue reading Behold China’s Censorship of ‘Kingdom Hearts III’…

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J.R. Showplans Sim Blue Screens – WIRed #117

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It’s time for Episode 117 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses your favorite homes from TV and movies as floor plans, who created the Blue Screen of Death, dirty pirates get a surprise in The Sims 4, and OH BAI GAWD Jim Ross to announce for MMA fights! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling.
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If You Pirate ‘The Sims 4,’ YOU’LL GET CENSORED IN-GAME!

Anyone Who Pirates The Sims 4 Is In For A SurpriseSo, if you were one of the folks who decided to illegally download a torrent of The Sims 4, then you certainly discovered something completely unexpected: complete and utter censorship — via pixelation — of most of the newly-released game.  Now, those familiar with The Sims are aware of the game normally pixelating your Sims when they are buck-naked (such as taking a bath, going number one or number two, you get the idea).  According to various online reports, pirated copies of the game make ALL Sims PERMANENTLY pixellated, presenting the entire game in a goofy, censored look, a’la the above image from nihwtf. Continue reading “If You Pirate ‘The Sims 4,’ YOU’LL GET CENSORED IN-GAME!”

The Hilarious Censored Screens from ‘South Park: The Stick of Truth’

Around this time last week, South Park: The Stick of Truth was released and has been widely praised by critics and gamers alike. The game, containing a mix of indelicate humor and Obsidian-style roleplay, now has the honorable distinction of being the first licensed South Park game that wasn’t disappointing and/or just sucked. Of course, due to the nature of the show’s content and language, some regional versions contained completely censored game sequences. I present to you all, the alternative censored screens that European and Australian console gamers see instead of the original scenes from South Park: The Stick of Truth. They are quite amusing, also LANGUAGE AND SPOILERS AFTER THE BREAK!

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