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Written by Ryan Farrenkopf Thursday, October 28 2010 14:06
As we all know, the slightest hint of violence will cause Germany to instantly invade Poland and start up Holocaust 2.0.
As such, German officials have decided to ban the European version of Call of Duty: Black Ops, and only allow a heavily censored version, according to Destructoid.
Destructoid has also provided a list of what the censored version will be missing. (in their own words)
- A slow motion shooting scene involving lots of blood has been "toned down."
- A prisoner torture scene has been removed.
- Sympathy for the Devil cut out.
- Removal of anything deemed by officials to be "anti-constitutional symbols" (we're guessing Nazi stuff).
Now, some people may think this is not a big deal. In fact, those people are communists. Censorship is a big deal, especially when censoring content that someone is old enough to choose to see. (Call of Duty: Black Ops is an "M" for Mature title).
This all being said I have nothing against the German people, just the German's who think they know what's best for the rest of Germans.
EU version of Call of Duty: Black Ops banned in Germany (Destructoid)