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Smash as a multi-plat === Extreeeemely wishful thinking

Bayonetta's design underwent some censorship/changes and no one shared a breath about Smash as a multi-plat outside WiiU/3DS.



I predict NX launches in 2017 - not 2016

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If she was a legit character model I would care but it is not so whatever. The fact is some of XC2 and even Fire Emblem designs are too spicy for the E or E10 rating Smash aims for.



fleischr said:
Smash as a multi-plat === Extreeeemely wishful thinking

Bayonetta's design underwent some censorship/changes and no one shared a breath about Smash as a multi-plat outside WiiU/3DS.

Seriously, who honestly thinks Smash is EVER gonna go multi-plat? That's like asking EA to stop implementing loot boxes.



Green098 said:

Not really the same situation at all. Nintendo don't really have a choice but to censor this one artwork design because it's an 'E' rated family-friendly party fighter. If it was rated 'T' with a older target audience like an actual Xenoblade game, Nintendo wouldn't have to touch it as they won't mind it got a higher rating cause it's not aimed at children unlike Smash.

Sony on the other hand enforce their own changes and rules on third party games and developers past what the official video game rating boards already approve and allow.

Well Fire Emblem: Fates had a T rating, but was still hit with censorship for swimsuits and other things. Same thing for FE: Awakening. At least in America.

Anyway, the black leggings are kinda distracting to me, but you'll probably get used to it.
Not a fan of these type of changes, but hey. I've seen worse.

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Even as this is a joke mirror thread, it's very interesting how different the reaction is here compared to the Sony censorship hate bandwagon.
Not that I expected any different tho, lol.



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BraLoD said:
Even as this is a joke mirror thread, it's very interesting how different the reaction is here compared to the Sony censorship hate bandwagon.
Not that I expected any different tho, lol.

Its different though. If Sony was using a character from a T or M rated game in their E rated game. Changing the appearance of the character would be understandable. Its not really censorship. They are also going for a different group of gamers.



lol i approve of this thread good sir.



...threads like these make me question some of our users comprehension skills



Ugh boys and their uncontrollable erection...



 

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