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Submitted by Abriael 563d ago | news

Japanese Politician and Square Enix Under Scrutiny for Dragon Quest X Terms of Service Violation

A couple days ago Japanese Minister of Science and Technology Ichita Yamamoto paid an official institutional visit to the Japanese servers of Dragon Quest X, but many Japanese players are protesting on the net because the visit might have violated the game’s own terms of service, articles 10 and 12 of which explicitly prohibit any political activity or any form or electoral campaign within the game. (Dragon Quest X, PC, Wii, Wii U)

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