The censorship train that Sony pulled out of the station that they’ll soon call regret just keeps on rolling. It’s managed to claim the names of a few other notable franchises, including Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet, which isn’t even coming out in the West, but will still be censored in Japan on the PS4.
At this point Sony isn’t just pissing in the face of gamers and laughing about it, they’ve unzipped their pants, spread wide their cheeks, and are forcing PS4 owners to scarf down a smelly fudge sandwich with the label “censorship” tangled up in between the hairy swirls oozing out of their backside like some sort of toxic smoothie from a 7/11 in Chernobyl.
On the upside, Nintendo Switch owners have a couple of games coming down the pipeline that are sure to keep your pipes clean. Why? Because Nintendo has approved of third-party developers to utilize the coveted 4D Jiggle physics that are exclusive to Switch owners, with games like Senran Kagura: Peach Ball and Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet making prime use of the Joy-Con’s capabilities. However, this week couldn’t have too many good things going down, which is why anyone who is a fan of She-Ra will have to come to terms with the fact that it is indeed part of the gay agenda. These stories and more in this November 24th, 2018 edition of the Weekly Recap.
Dead or Alive Xtreme Scarlet Gets 4D Jiggle Physics On Nintendo Switch
Team Ninja’s Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet is coming to both the Nintendo Switch and the PlayStation 4, but only the Switch version is getting 4D jiggle physics with HD Rumble support, while the PS4 version will be censored from top to bottom. And speaking of censorship, the Change.org petition started by a Marvelous partner back in October to fight against Sony’s new PS4 censorship policy got hammered hard and mysteriously lost 3,000 signatures. And after Sony announced that they would be forfeiting an appearance at next year’s E3, Microsoft came out and announced that the Xbox brand would be making an appearance at E3 in 2019.
China Bans Winnie The Pooh From Kingdom Hearts 3
In China some of the users made a harmless meme comparing the President of China with Winnie the Pooh. The memes became so popular that the Chinese government stepped in and began banning Winnie the Pooh from search engines and social media sites. To no one’s surprise, Pooh bear was also whited out from the promotional material used for Kingdom Hearts 3 on Chinese gaming websites. On the upside, at least one thing that is being uncensored is Rainbow Six: Siege, with Ubisoft undoing the censorship that they had planned for the Chinese version of the game. It’s still unclear if the China release will be heavily censored, but the other international territories will not have to deal with a censored version of Rainbow Six: Siege. You know who also doesn’t have to deal with censorship? Nintendo Switch users. In fact, Marvelous has Senran Kagura: Peach Ball scheduled to release in December in Japan in all its big-anime tiddy and jiggly-butt glory.
She-Ra Praised For Promoting The Gay Agenda
SJW media outlets are praising Netflix’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power because it promotes the “gay agenda”. This isn’t criticisms from a Right-leaning Conservative or an old boomer, this comes straight from the horse’s mouth… straight from an SJW website. That’s right boys, they’re not even hiding it anymore that they’re pushing the gay agenda on kids. GamesIndustry.biz decided to put together an editorial defending China’s Communism affecting gamers in the West. Hilariously enough, an actual Chinese game journalist zipped into the comment section and ripped the Communist-loving game journalists a new one. And a new study has shown that loot boxes are becoming ever-the-more dangerous as more and more kids are getting hooked on gambling at younger ages, with more than 31% of kids in the U.K., having purchased a loot box at some point in time.
Sony Apologizes For Being Racist To A Mexican
In Mexico, their culture isn’t quite like the limited, degenerate culture in San Francisco. They have names and customs that many of the California-natives working at Sony are unfamiliar with. So imagine what happened when one of Sony’s SJW customer support staff encountered a PSN user with a name that’s common in Mexico that’s a slur in English? Well, they banned him and took away all of his games. Thankfully the story went viral, dinged Sony’s reputation (which isn’t hard to do these days), and the Mexican gamer managed to get his games back. Even more negative news for PlayStation 4 owners, this time Japanese gamers were hit with the news that one of the characters in Arch of the Alchemist had to be censored due to Sony’s new policy. A buxom beauty had her big ‘ole boobies covered up because in the Sanctimonious Sanctuary of Sony, cleavage is haram. Some SJWs have also targeted Diversity & Comics again, this time trying to get his YouTube channel shutdown by filing false copyright strikes. And Studio Zero has confirmed that Catherine: Full Body will not feature any of the mysterious strobe lights that have plagued so many other Japanese games in recent times due to Sony’s censorship policies, but they wouldn’t confirm if any other changes are being made to accommodate the draconian measures.