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10 Popular Games That Look Different Around The World

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CENSORED GAMES. A video game is a video game no matter where you are in the world, right? Wrong. Different cultures have different tastes, which means what flies in one country won’t in another.

This is TheGamer’s list of 10 popular games that look different around the world.

WHAT DO YOU THINK:

- Which games have you played that look different around the world?

- What other games should be on this list?


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Play a game in one part of the world and you might not realize that people in a different part of the world are playing a different version of that same game. Sometimes, that means a game has less blood and violence in one area while, other times, it means sexy moments were changed or removed entirely.

For instance, Nazi imagery doesn’t fly in Germany because it hits a little too close to home. That’s not a problem for most games, but what happens to a game like Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus? That game is positively decked out in Nazi imagery. Or how about that infamous unicorn scene in The Witcher 3? It’s considered too racy in some locales. Everyone knows South Park likes to push buttons, but they pushed way too many buttons too hard in the Stick of Truth.

Alter your settings a certain way and Conan Exiles lets it all hang out...literally, but not for Xbox One players. The U.S. Call of Duty: World at War version is another game that’s missing its original Nazi imagery in Germany, but that’s not the only thing it’s missing.

Bravely Default, Monster Monpiece and Dungeon Travelers 2 all got some of their most salacious scenes either removed or changed when they came to the West. Even the original Contra was considered too violent when it first launched in the 1980’s in Europe and Australia. And it will come as no surprise to see just how Grand Theft Auto 3 got changed for some of its regional releases. Watch the video to see 10 popular games that look different around the world.