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Stellar Blade Fans Discover Trick To Uncensored New Game+ Suits, Including Bondage Outfit

Stellar Blade fans have found a trick that allows them to use uncensored versions of New Game+ suits, including the Autonetic Bondage outfit.

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Felix_Argyle_Catbro66d ago

Your disc needs to have the 1.00 on it.

Hugodastrevas66d ago

As far as I know all of them have it. Just don't update, stay offline.

Barlos66d ago

Seems a lot of effort to see a bit of digital flesh.

Hugodastrevas66d ago

In an ideal world such gymnastics wouldn't be necessary to play the uncensored version of a 18+ game, but unfortunately this is not an ideal world.
The digital version doesn't even have this option

CobraKai66d ago

In the 90s, these wouldn’t even be an issue. There would probably be even more of them to unlock

Hugodastrevas66d ago

@CobraKai yep, too bad we're not in the 90s

HankHill66d ago

Close your eyes if you don't want to see any skin.

CrimsonWing6966d ago

Look, can they not just reverse the damn changes? How’s their “internal” discussions going?

MrBaskerville66d ago

What if they themselves wanted to make the changes?

CrimsonWing6966d ago (Edited 66d ago )

What if they themselves didn’t and were forced to make the changes?

And let’s think about this, if you’re in the business of making a product for consumers and NOT yourself, wouldn’t it make more sense to try to lean more into what the consumer wants especially when you made it the way they wanted in the beginning? I know, right… crazy concept 🤷‍♂️

shinoff218366d ago

It's one outfit out of how many. Some of which are more revealing.

Redemption-6466d ago

If anything, they should ignore all the crying man babies.

Director: This is the desig we intended

Man babies: Noooooooooooo, you are lying. Censorshiiiiiiip. Sony forced you to add 6 inches of lace, while leaving out far more revealing outfits. Yes, that must be it. You were forced to change it. Now we have justification to keep crying online

Pathetic. Sony/Shift up, should just stay quiet 🤫

CrimsonWing6966d ago

I mean, we wouldn’t say that about the Helldivers 2 situation.

Look, I get that it’s not a big deal or worth anything to you. It’s easy to get ugly about it with each other because of differences in perspective and stances.

For me, if these were the outfits from the get-go and never altered to cover up more, I’d have been absolutely 100% fine. It’s the fact of the matter that bothers me, little or big.

Like I grew up where I’d watch movies on cable television censored for language, violence, nudity and whatever. When you haven’t seen the unedited version who cares right? When you have seen the unedited version and then watch a cable television edit of the movie… it irks me.

It’s no different here. What’s even more baffling is the fact they championed and made a campaign revolving around standing their ground and NOT censoring. The fact that they’re doing “internal” discussions goes to show there’s more to it than “this was our true FINAL design,” which was what to cover up parts in an outfit design to reveal what you covered up? Like you didn’t think this one through very well…

Here’s where we are. We have a disconnect set by what we prioritize in entertainment. We’re all man babies in here arguing over video game bullsh*t on a damn video game aggregate site, people who don’t prioritize or value games think we’re just as pathetic and a bunch of dorks for doing so.

My thing is I want my entertainment never to be censored. That’s not saying I want porn games. It could be language, violence, nudity, revealing outfits, whatever… I just don’t want to be shown one thing and then have it changed after the fact like some cable television edit because viewers might be offended. Plain and simple.

When it comes to something you’re invested in and it gets changed to appeal to someone else I’m not going to call you a man child when you whine and complain about it.

At the end of the day we’re all gamers and dorks playing video games and gushing about how cool fake characters and sh*t is in basically what is a toy. So, let’s not think we’re better than each other here. We’re all in the same boat.

Hugodastrevas66d ago

The designs they intended... Then why is the other design on the unpatched release?

SimpleDad66d ago

Censorship is bad in every form. What is wrong with you.

Redemption-6466d ago

@Hugodastrevas

You might not be smart enough to know this, but the game went gold weeks before the official release date, allowing for the game to be printed on physical disk. That is why the devs said, there will be a day 1 patch. Devs don't stop working on games when it goes gold, they keep working on it, then release the new updates with a day 1 patch. If the released digital only, this wouldn't be a problem with this much fake outrage over fake tits.

I am still waiting for you incels to explain why they never censored more revealing outfits? Did they miss those. Sony/Shift Up, let's censor this game, by adding 6 inches of lace, so these incels can't beat off to it, and leave the more revealing outfits. That is so high level censorship right there 👏.

Redemption-6466d ago

@SimpleDad

There was no censorship, just a dev updating their game with a day 1 patch to the intended design. Honestly speaking, this whole thing has been as entertaining to watch. I hope Sony/Shift up keeps ignoring these fools

Christopher66d ago (Edited 66d ago )

***I mean, we wouldn’t say that about the Helldivers 2 situation. ***

Not even comparable. If PSN becomes required, it's obvious the owner of PSN made that decision. People are just running with theories on Stellar Blade.

*** Look, I get that it’s not a big deal or worth anything to you. It’s easy to get ugly about it with each other because of differences in perspective and stances. ***

It wouldn't be such a big deal if people who felt the other way weren't blaming people without proof and claiming censorship at every step. You're asking the others to be level-headed while not being as such yourself.

***When you haven’t seen the unedited version who cares right? When you have seen the unedited version and then watch a cable television edit of the movie… it irks me. ***

How many people would have known anything was even edited if people looking for censorship hadn't blasted it on the Internet? They didn't even know, they were told to be outraged.

***Censorship is bad in every form. What is wrong with you. ***

This is a dangerous statement to make. I think you might want to think about what such a generalized statement truly means in the world today.

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rocky04758666d ago

Did you ever stop to think that it's VERY possible that they had to make those changes because the outfits were too close to their real life versions? They can get sued for copyright if they didn't get permission to use those designs by those artists. These are very particular outfits that have real life counterparts to them. So it's completely plausible that Sony approved the original 1.0 content, if they wanted to censor it why would they approve it in the first place?

Then Shift Up recognized the issue with copyright infringement on some of the suits, then changed them accordingly. It takes about 4-6 weeks, minimum, to get a patch ready so it's not like it was patched in the day before. This was ready for quite some time before the release. Also, no one goes into business for OTHERS, they do it for themselves and to give others an opportunity to purchase a service they are providing. They don't owe others anything more than what they produced. It's also amazing to me how people can say "Sony forced them" and say that they had no other choice but to change it because Sony would've been mad at them for going against them. Yet, the HD2 team went directly against Sony's requirement for PC on Twitter and nothing happened. So do they pick and choose who to go after when the devs don't agree w/their changes? HD2 team also directly blamed Sony for the issue as well, well partly blamed but nevertheless.

Why is it so impossible that the devs made these changes on their own? Especially when they came out and said so? So we don't believe people now? We believe what we want to believe to fit the narrative we're trying to project. It's like the fight people are going for is actually going directly against the dev team here. You're fighting for the dev team to be able to have freedom of expression, yet, when they express that, you want them to change it to what YOU want them to change it to, even when they tell you that they wanted the change. So you're forcing them to bend to your will basically, that's not fighting against censorship, that's browbeating in an attempt to get what you think you're owed. Anyway, that's all.

rocky04758666d ago

"It’s no different here. What’s even more baffling is the fact they championed and made a campaign revolving around standing their ground and NOT censoring. The fact that they’re doing “internal” discussions goes to show there’s more to it than “this was our true FINAL design,” which was what to cover up parts in an outfit design to reveal what you covered up? Like you didn’t think this one through very well…"

Also, just to address this part specifically. Can you please tell me what was censored in one or two countries that wasn't in any other country please? What, in Stellar Blade, was censored in some countries and not others? If you cannot answer that, then that means that they didn't go back on their promise. NOTHING was censored for one country and not for others. Everything is the same, the patch covered every country. THATS what they meant by "uncensored". If they wanted to make an AO game then that's what they would've made then it wouldn't have sold anywhere. Y'all need to understand, design changes happen all the time, the internal discussion was that not everyone agreed w/the changes, and that happens on every dev team when a design or something is changed up. I get that you don't want "censored" content in your entertainment, but you are acting like they are making it ONLY for you. That movie example you gave? That's not a very good one, those movies are cut like that to be able to be played for TV, that's the ratings board issue and it is intended to give everyone an opportunity to enjoy the movie without feeling offended by something. Is that perfect? No. But you cannot just be selfish and think only of yourself when talking about entertainment. It just doesn't work that way. EVERYTHING you watch has some form of changes to it from the original intended version. EVERYTHING. Even porn has some changes to it that you cannot always get unless it's online and mostly amateur. I respect your opinion on this and you do make some good points, I just think they come from a selfish place. Everyone should be able to find a version of something that we all like.

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MrDead66d ago (Edited 66d ago )

...why not just use the more revealing outfits if you want to see more?

Seeing the Stellar Blade reaction from some of the more sensitive parts of the internet has made me understand the term "turbovirgin". Lots of desperate crazies moaning about pixilated mesh covering cleavage in a game that's crammed full of tits and arse.

I'm sure they'll move on to something else when they're told to.

gigoran866d ago

Pretty sure the argument is about censorship and the studio bowing to peer pressure from a minority of clout chasing critics. But sure, you can stick with their antigamer turbovirgins explanation if you want.

MrDead66d ago (Edited 66d ago )

So why didn't they censor the more revealing outfits if this is censorship?

Christopher66d ago

***bowing to peer pressure from a minority of clout chasing critics***

But this didn't happen. No one complained about one specific outfit, but in general the skimpiness of the outfits overall. But they censored just one outfit and not the others that showed even more skin?

Hugodastrevas66d ago

@MrDead why not just give customers what they paid and keep their promise?
Insults aren't and argument and neither is appealing to triviality.

MrDead66d ago

"@MrDead why not just give customers what they paid and keep their promise?"

They added some cloth to cleavage, if this hurts you so much just play wearing the skin suit or the other outfits that have her boobs or cleavage on display.

"Insults aren't and argument"

Sorry if you are in that camp and if you feel insulted.

"appealing to triviality."

Much like these articles.