Aqui ficam alguns exemplos...
Commandos Behind Enemy Lines - proibido na Alemanha
Why? Germany enforces extremely strict censorship on videogames, and as such game publishers will often do a special Teutonic version to pacify the examiners. An oft quoted example is the use of green blood which marks out the character being killed as an 'alien', making it more acceptable. Commandos was banned on a more obvious technicality: an issue with missions that involve allied soldiers going on missions to kill Nazis, and use of the swastika.
Pokémon - proibido na Arábia Saudita (aqui não me admira...)
Why? One of the more bizarre bannings has religious foundations - in 2001 Pokemon and all its associated spin-off games were the subject of a fatwa in Saudi Arabia which said the card featured the Star of David, which was associated with Israel and international Zionism. It was suggested the games had "possessed the minds" of Saudi children. The edict was expected to be followed rather strictly as punishments would likely include lashings and deportation.
Suponho que a interdição tenha sido extendida a todos os jogos.
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 - proibido no México
Why? Recently seriously pissed off one Chihuahua Governor, Jose Reyes Baeza Terraces after he discovered Ubisoft's game featured a fictional storyline that saw the citizens of Chihuahua fleeing their town and being replaced by armed insurgents. Unfortunately, Terraces exposed his painful lack of video game knowledge when he was quoted as saying, "Violent video games ... attempt to divide the good will of the residents of American and Mexican cities".
Em relação a este não tenho a certeza. Li há uns meses que ele tinha sido apenas retirado das lojas no estado de Chihuahua, vai uma grande diferença para o México inteiro.
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