Japan Will Censor MGS V: Ground Zeroes

Japan is probably known as one of the countries with the concept of “taboo” is quite open. The country with the world’s largest economic power always offers something unique, both in positive and negative connotations. But who would have thought, behind all the impression of openness, Japan turned out to have its own standards, what is actually inappropriate and inappropriate. The sensor is still valid and adapted for all multimedia content that is considered to be pocketing overly sensitive content. One of the newest “victims”? Kojima’s highly anticipated first-gen project is highly anticipated – MGS V: Ground Zeroes.

According to a report from the French gaming site JeuxVideo, walking dead road to survival will experience a bit of censorship of content in Japan. With Kojima’s commitment to offer the sensation and atmosphere of a “realistic” war, Ground Zeroes has indeed been shown to contain a myriad of brutal and bloody cinematic scenes. It is from this incident that the Japanese government will cut it, including the scenes of Paz’s operation seen in the trailer “Red Band “last year. Kojima was of course disappointed with this decision, deplored the inability of the Japanese government to see the meaning behind all these events and get  walkingdeadroadtosurvivalhack .

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes will be released for Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on March 18, 2014. Censorship and Japan? Not a combination that i’m aware of after a lot of … ..well, you know …

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