Beyond: Two Souls censored in Europe to avoid 18 rating

The European version of Beyond: Two Souls has been censored to avoid receiving a PEGI 18 certificate, product manager Ross Alexander has revealed.

Though it isn't yet known what content has been censored, Alexander claims that only 5-10 seconds of gameplay has been edited to ensure a PEGI 16 rating, and that it "does not affect the game's story at all".

"There are only two amends between the EU and US versions of the game, amounting to about 5-10 seconds of gameplay that's not been removed, just edited slightly to be in line with a PEGI 16 rating," Alexander said while responding to comments on the EU PlayStation Blog.

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shivvy241781d ago

I hope the shower scene doesn't get censored in Australia

ironfist921780d ago

Has it even been allowed to sell in Australia?

PCGamingNoobs1781d ago

this is starting to happen more and more. its getting a little annoying now. some films these days are horrendous and still have 15 or 12 badge on them

My_Name_BTW_Is_Dante1781d ago ShowReplies(2)
HeyImBen111781d ago

What are these 5-10 seconds???

Kayant1781d ago

US - Nudity
Europe - Violence

Take your pick.

Tiqila1781d ago

I want both. Normally the EU version does not contain the same degree of violence either...


ironfist921780d ago

Nudity doesnt seem to further he story much, whereas violence does.

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