Articles About Images Videos

ゲーム新聞

The latest games, news, opinions, and kawaii stuff from Japan! read more

10

New Japanese game banned in Europe and Australia

Author: David Lozada
19-Aug-2016

Category: News

Publisher PQube announced yesterday that Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni is banned from Germany and Australia, with each rating board describing the game as containing "content severely harmful to minors."

New Japanese game banned in Europe and Australia
Publisher PQube stated last morning that action game Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni has been denied ratings in both Germany and Australia, marking the latest title to be refused release in those regions.

The boards from each country claimed that the game depicts "minors in unnatural and sexually explicit poses" and contains "content severely harmful to minors." Criminal Girls 2 and MeiQ: The Labyrinth of Death each shared a similar fate earlier this year.


The title will continue to release in North America and the rest of Europe for PlayStation Vita on September 16. The ESRB and PEGI rating groups gave the game Mature and 16 labels in each region, respectively.

Source:
http://www.dualshockers.com/2016/08/18/valkyrie-drive-too-hot-for-germany-and-australias-rating-boards/
Rate this article
- 0 - 0


Comments


19-Jun-2017

Second Wartile Giveaway!

at: Wartile
author: Dmytro Voloshyn
category:

Our second Wartile giveaway is up and running! This time we offer you a chance to win 1 out of 15 keys. Aren't familiar with the game? Wartile is a...

0 0
0
23-Jun-2017

Nex Machina: Death Machine Review (PS4)

category:

Nex Machina: Death Machine takes twin stick shooting gameplay to the next level with non-stop shooting action from the moment you pick up the...

0 0
0
23-Jun-2017

Dead By Daylight Review (Xbox One)

author: Joshua Olivieri
category:

Bring on the horror! Dead By Daylight is every bit as good as the slasher films that inspired it, but that's not always a good thing. It's perfectly...

0 0
0
22-Jun-2017

Anime Expo 2017 - Fate/Grand Order Launches This Sunday

author: David Lozada
category:

Fate/Grand Order, the free-to-play mobile title that's been downloaded over 9 million times in Japan so far, will be launching very soon here in the...

0 0
0
21-Jun-2017

Space Patrol Luluco Designer Drew AnimeNEXT's Program Cover

author: David Lozada
category:

Studio TRIGGER's very own artist Mago revealed via Twitter that AnimeNEXT's program cover was actually drawn by himself. Mago served as Space Patrol...

0 0
0