Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered's uncensored sex scene - how did it get on the App Store?

The interactive sex scene that was banned from the US edition of Fahrenheit (aka Indigo Prophecy) has somehow made it past Apple's notoriously prudish censors and ended up in the iOS version of the game.

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WilliamUsher1299d ago

Interactive butt thrusting... David Cage really pushing those boundaries. Even Apple wanted to get in on that plot.

gangsta_red1299d ago

Interesting that this went to iPhone and not any console.

mushroomwig1299d ago

Probably because Fahrenheit wasn't a great seller when it was released on consoles. Great game though, I wouldn't say no to a PS4 release.

TheWackyMan1299d ago

luckily most people have PC's

WeAreLegion1299d ago

Not on Android yet? Come on...

Eyesoftheraven1299d ago (Edited 1299d ago )

What an irritatingly unnatural social world we live in. The only thing uncomfortable about this is how it is controversial to any degree at all.

TheWackyMan1299d ago

The remastered version is the international version. The censored version was only released in the United States because the U.S. hates sex.

Eyesoftheraven1299d ago (Edited 1299d ago )

Exactly what I find irritating. 'merica is WEIRD.

Anyway. Couldn't be more thrilled about this game being made available on a moderm platform like Steam on PC. Loved it on release as a young(er) lad.

SilentNegotiator1299d ago (Edited 1299d ago )

"The interactive sex scene that was banned from the US edition of Fahrenheit"

Video games don't get "banned" in the US. Either ESRB rates the game AO because of the content and the publisher makes the developers remove part of the content, or spineless publishers get nervous about controversy and make the developers remove the content.

The Guy Game is the closest thing to a "banned" game in the US and that's only because an underage girl was in it.

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