Tuesday, 2 March 2010

David Cage Doesn't Dig Videogame Censorship



David Cage has said that the potential being censored when making games is “always a major issue” commenting:
"There is some sex and violence in the experience but at the same time nothing is gratuitous, it always tells something about character or the story."

"It's always extremely painful to have to change content for reasons other than artistic reasons and censorship is always a major issue."
Anyone who has played Heavy Rain will testify that the game is better in its uncensored form and as long as you don’t have a glitchy copy (lucky me) you can play the game as the creators intended.

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