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Submitted by triverse 547d ago | article

Today in Retro Gaming – Tecmo’s Deception (PS1)

Modern Zorker writes, "By 1996, Nintendo of America had started to relax its policies on censorship. Gamers saw violence-laden releases of Mortal Kombat II and III on the Super Nintendo after the Genesis version of the original outsold the SNES’s by a factor of three-to-one. But despite loosening up restrictions on depictions of blood and violence, there were other areas where NoA refused to budge." (Retro)

adarker  +   547d ago
LOVED this game!!!
triverse  +   547d ago
I only discovered this title with Deception III, even though I read Gamefan who were touting the series as a worthy purchase for years.

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