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|Technology - Video Games|
|Thursday, 10 December 2009 09:00|
The last chapter of Call of Duty series is known to figure in the history books as one of the major titles at the level of sales, unique graphic and controversial.
The controversial level where we can shoot Russian civilians in an airport during a mission to infiltrate a terrorist group is gaining attention. So Activision itself was responsible for removing the phase of all copies of the game that would be distributed in Russia, even to remove some of the PC drives that had been launched prior to the aforementioned cuts.
The controversy has also come to Australia (where the game would be banned) and Germany, a country in which, as has become customary for their gamers Unfortunately, the title was also unable to avoid censorship and, as they fired on a civilian The Game Over screen made an appearance, which confirm the same mechanism is applied to the Japanese version of the game, there will be distributed by Square-Enix, the company that this controversy does not seem to come to him particularly well, especially in account the growing public reluctance of Japan to Western games.
Yoichi Wada, president of the corporation, has tried to make an appeal to the Japanese public to "give it a chance to play" at which time you will understand that "understanding the Western developments as outdated is meaningless."