JRPG Censorship Is Such A Silly Thing

Kotaku: "For as long as there have been Japanese role-playing games, there has been censorship.

Since the NES days, Nintendo and other big Japanese companies have been quick to stamp their big black bars on anything that might be considered offensive to American sensibilities: alcohol, religion, sex, octopus statues, whatever. And JRPGs have been the biggest victim of this misguided crusade."

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