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  • BioWare is Cutting Back on Mass Effect Butt Shots

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    BioWare is Cutting Back on Mass Effect Butt Shots

    Cutting back the "ass" in Mass Effect.

    There will be a lot less emphasis on butts in the Mass Effect Legendary Edition remasters. In speaking with Metro, character environment director Kevin Meek said that BioWare is taking steps to deemphasize the T&A in some scenes. If you were someone that played the original releases, you may recall some specific scenes that had camera angles focused on mostly ass. Expect that to change in Legendary Edition, at least to some degree....
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  • Tiananmen Square Footage Removed from Call of Duty Trailer

    Tiananmen Square Footage Removed from Call of Duty Trailer

    Activision bending the knee? What? No. Never!

    The first trailer for Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War was blocked in China and then later edited from every other region because it contained roughly one second of footage from the Tiananmen Square protests from 1989. This is when the Chinese government had a big uh "crackdown" on pro-democracy protesters. That is to say, they murdered the fuck out of their citizens, or made them "disappear," and attacked them with...
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  • Blizzard Chooses Not to Ban American University Hearthstone Players Who Showed Support for Hong Kong

    The team decided to forfeit the season anyway over Blizzard's double standards.

    Blizzard continues to dig themselves into an ever deepening hole this week. It all began when Blizzard banned a professional Hearthstone player and took away his earnings after he voiced his support for the Hong Kong protests during a live-stream interview. The troubles continued when lawmakers and plenty of others loudly voiced their disgust over what they did. Some Blizzard employees even staged a wa...
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  • Blizzard Employees Walkout in Protest of Unjust Ban on Pro-Hong Kong Hearthstone Player

    A small group of Blizzard employees are protesting against the actions of their employer.

    A small group of Activision-Blizzard employees staged a walkout on Tuesday afternoon of this week to protest against their employer. Earlier this week, Blizzard had banned a professional Hearthstone player, Chung "Blitzchung" Ng Wai, after he voiced his support for the pro-democracy Hong Kong protesters. Blitzchung voiced his support during a post-game interview during an official livestream....
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  • Blizzard Bends the Knee to China, Bans Hearthstone Pro Blitzchung

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    Blizzard Bends the Knee to China, Bans Hearthstone Pro Blitzchung

    Pro player that voiced his support for the Hong Kong protests banned by Blizzard.

    Yesterday, we brought you the story about Chung "Blitzchung" Ng Wai, a professional Hearthstone player that called for the liberation of Hong Kong during a post-game interview on the official Taiwanese Hearthstone stream. During the interview, Blitzchung wore a gasmask not completely dissimilar to the ones worn by protesters in Hong Kong. Blitzchung voice his support for those who have been...
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  • Blizzard Deletes Interview with Hearthstone Pro who Called for Liberation of Hong Kong

    A Hearthstone Grandmaster winner voiced his support for the Hong Kong protests and was silenced.

    During a post-game interview at the Hearthstone Grandmasters tournament, a player from Hong Kong was interviewed by the official Taiwanese Hearthstone stream. The player, Chung "Blitzchung" Ng Wai, appeared in a gas mask similar to those worn by those participating in the ever ongoing Hong Kong protests.

    Wearing these masks has recently been banned in Hong Kong. This...
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  • Horror Game Devotion Pulled from Steam Following Winnie the Pooh Uproar

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    Horror Game Devotion Pulled from Steam Following Winnie the Pooh Uproar


    A new horror game that released just six days on Steam, Devotion, has been pulled from the distribution platform. The game was pulled without warning but it wasn't done by Valve. It was pulled by the game's developer, the Taiwan based studio Red Candle Games.

    Though the game is only temporarily removed (more on that later), it was done following a rather hellish few days for the studio. The game has been relentlessly review bombed by a number of irate Chinese citizens and, quite...
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  • Ubisoft to Revert Aesthetic Changes in Rainbow Six Siege

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    Ubisoft to Revert Aesthetic Changes in Rainbow Six Siege

    The latest Rainbow Six Siege developer blog starts out by addressing the elephant in the room: The aesthetic changes that many decried as "censorship" in order to have one universal version of the game across all regions.

    Turns out that review bombing a game can lead to results, because Ubisoft says that they will move forward with reverting these changes and other planned changes.
    We have spent the last week working on solutions and have decided that we will be reverting
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  • "Colin Kaepernick" Line Censored in Madden NFL 19 Song, EA Says It was a "Misunderstanding"

    Rapper Big Sean is pissed off today after learning that EA and the NFL have censored his song, Big Bank, on the Madden NFL 19 soundtrack. Editing and censoring songs isn't an unusual thing when it comes to licensed tracks in video games. However, unlike other songs that will remove curse words or other offensive words, this censoring removed a line about Colin Kaepernick from the song. This censoring looks like it was noticed first by Twitter user @jeanclervil early this morning. ...
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  • Steam Banned in Malaysia Over Fight of Gods Game

    Steam Banned in Malaysia Over Fight of Gods Game

    Fight of Gods is an Early Access fighting game on Steam that, as you may already have guessed, include a number of gods and religious figures all battling it out. The roster includes religious figures such as good ol' Jesus "JC" Christ, Buddha, Zeus, Odin, and more. Turns out that Malaysia, specifically the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission, weren't too happy about that game. They went ahead and banned the entire country from accessing the Steam store. They feel as tho...
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  • Steam Banned in Malaysia Over Fight of Gods Game

    Fight of Gods is an Early Access fighting game on Steam that, as you may already have guessed, include a number of gods and religious figures all...
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  • Germany Lifts Seven Year Ban on Fallout 3

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    Germany Lifts Seven Year Ban on Fallout 3

    Germany, being Germany, banned Fallout 3 in 2009 due to its violent content. A censored version was eventually released there but as the Internet will make damn sure it tells you: censorship sucks. Why lift the ban now? Because Bethesda wasn't going to put up with that crap and "initiated a difficult and rarely-successful trial" with the Federal Department for Media Harmful to Minors.

    They won.
    "In the case of Fallout 3, the request for delisting was granted even though
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  • Germany Lifts Seven Year Ban on Fallout 3

    Germany, being Germany, banned Fallout 3 in 2009 due to its violent content. A censored version was eventually released there but as the Internet...
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  • Biggest Video Game Disappointments 2015

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    Biggest Video Game Disappointments 2015

    Video Games are DeadGamers are Dead...
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  • Capcom Edits Butt Slap Move in Street Fighter V; Fans Complain of Censorship

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    Capcom Edits Butt Slap Move in Street Fighter V; Fans Complain of Censorship

    R. Mika returns to the Street Fighter franchise after being absent since Street Fighter Alpha 3. Her original reveal for Street Fighter V featured a move where she slaps her butt alongside a finisher where she and her partner, Nadeshiko, split open the legs of the enemy while squishing them with their butts.

    Capcom decided instead to change some of the camera work and alter her move set a bit so that the butt slap is out of frame and the split move is apparently no longer...
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