Nazi Symbols Ban Lifted In Germany On Games

Опубликовано 10 августа 2018, 13:18
Computer and video games featuring Nazi symbols such as the swastika can now be sold in Germany uncensored. This after a regulatory body lifted the longstanding ban.
CNN reports that the Entertainment Software Self-Regulation Body said Thursday that games including banned symbols could now be given a rating in Germany if the use of the symbols is considered "socially adequate." That means the symbols must serve an artistic or scientific purpose or be used to represent particular events in history.
The move followed a heated debate in Germany and around the world late last year following the censorship of the video game "Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus." The game takes place in an alternate universe that depicts a Nazi victory in the Second World War and features an aging Adolf Hitler.
For the version of the game sold in Germany, Hitler's famous mustache was digitally removed. Swastikas were replaced with triangular symbols.

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