What’s the fastest way to get a target audience of geeks, gamers, and general weebs to immediately ignore and potentially boycott your product? Simple, announce you are censoring porn. There is a strange correlation between popularity and porn, where the more popular a character is, the more they will be lewded. After all, this is what saved Overwatch from death.
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In recent memory, Sony has censored Japanese games while permitting full underaged sex scenes in western games. When the Last of Us 2’s story was leaked, Sony abused the DMCA process to take down videos and channels on YouTube. Ruining either the content creators’ hard work or caused them many lost hours of sleep. As a company, they’ve determined that being socially conscious and politically correct is more important than producing good products. Those products produced will be sold at a $10 markup because they know you’ll pay for it.
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It looks like all those people that kept calling Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War “Based” and “red-pilled” are now eating crow because Activision and Treyarch have censored themselves to lick up all of China’s testicular secretions from the filthy ground. As of recent, the official Call of Duty YouTube channel released a cut trailer of the official Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War video, and it’s missing the Tiananmen Square footage given that China banned the trailer for potentially provoking “public grievances.” Continue reading “Activision Removes Tiananmen Square Clip From Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War After China Bans Trailer”
The first Evenicle managed to release on Steam during a pivotal time when Valve had said that anything that wasn’t illegal or “straight up trolling” would be allowed on the store. This also came directly after one of Valve’s staff stood up on stage and said that they weren’t going to be the “taste police”. That, however, didn’t last long. While a few games managed to release on Steam unscathed and uncensored, such as Evenicle, many others since then have not. Evenicle 2 is one of those games that was unable to escape Valve’s new censorship policies. Continue reading “Evenicle 2 Censored For Steam”
DMM’s Fanza is a portal that allows artists to register and sell their artwork and doujins through DMM’s web service. Artists noticed, however, that in the frequently asked questions section there were prohibitions on certain kinds of artwork, including bestiality or any works that depicted harm against animals… despite being drawings. Continue reading “Fanza Bans Bestiality Artwork, Harm Against Animals”
Big Tech have been working overtime to ensure that BitChute never gains ground or eats into their market share. They utilize shadow-banning to prevent links from appearing, or downgrade the keyword viability of BitChute videos on search engines, or in Twitter’s case outright prevent some users from sharing links by claiming that the links are “harmful”. Continue reading “BitChute Links Censored On Twitter”
For years Tencent has been a growing force in the video game sector. Through legal and illegal means they have acquired vast holdings in tech companies and video game developers throughout the west. With each acquisition came new accusations of data mining, security breaches, and denials they were being done at the behest of Tencent. Continue reading “Trump Banned Tencent: Everything You Need To Know”
The Australian Classification Board has refused classification for several volumes of the light novel No Game, No Life. Before anyone assumes that the entire brand has been banned, if you search the Australian Classification Board’s website you’ll find that you can still purchase the DVDs for No Game, No Life, two of which have been rated, just not certain light novel volumes. However, it probably won’t be long before the OVAs are targeted. Continue reading “No Game No Life Vol. 1, 2 And 9 Banned In Australia”
Amazon subsidiary, Book Depository, has banned a number of light novels and mangas from their repository after their parent company axed the books from stock as well. This includes the light novels No Game, No Life, Clockwork Planet and Oreimo!, along with the manga series Eromanga Sensei. Continue reading “No Game No Life, Clockwork Planet, Eromanga Sensei Banned From Book Depository”
YouNeedATowel, a Russian developer of cheap anime-themed games, has been banned from Steam and all their games removed from the platform. This included Holy Sisters, Holy Sisters 3D and Call of Anime: Vietnam War, along with all of the DLC for each game. Continue reading “Holy Sisters 3D Developer Banned From Steam”
We tried to warn you. It started with the censorship of big anime boobs in video games, escalated to light novels, and now it’s evolved to mangas. More specifically, seven manga series have been banned from Kinokuniya Sydney’s physical retail outlets and their online shops following a complaint from South Australian legislator Connie Bonaros, who claimed that the mangas contained “child grooming” and “child pornography”. Continue reading “Goblin Slayer, No Game No Life, Sword Art Online, Et Al Banned From Kinokuniya Bookstore”
Dynamite Entertainment crowdfunded a cover for Vengeance of Vampirella featuring Cecil Jones’ artwork from his #ComicsGate-backed project Cash Grab, only to later turn around and throw fans and Ceil under the bus by kowtowing to the mentally ill freaks that propagate social media. Continue reading “Dynamite Kowtows To SJWs Over Sexy Vampirella’s Cecil Cover”