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Series: Project Diva
The song "Senbonzakura" has been removed from every Korean version of the Project Diva games. The song makes many references to war and the revamping of the Japanese nation during the end of the 1800s, of which both Japan and Korea were feuding at that time. Even today, tensions still exist between both regions and the song was deemed too controversial for Korean audiences.
Contributed by ShyanVixen
Onimusha: Warlords
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In the Japanese version, there's a pre-rendered cutscene of Hecuba revealing her true giant mantis-wasp like insect form to Samanosuke Akechi. In International versions however, the scene of her legs, in which her stinger emerges from between her legs, was cut.

In IGN's review of the game, a staff member wrote:
"A special note about Capcom's port to the US: For American gamers who don't get to play the Japanese version of Onimusha, you miss a pretty/nasty transformation scene that was totally hacked in the American version. The scene shows her laying down, spreading her legs and then transforming, quite sexually, into a giant flying wasp. The scene in the US version pretty much cuts out everything. I don't get it though. Onimusha is already rated M, and that scene shouldn't push it into AO territory, so what happened was that the scene was just butchered. Bad Capcom!"
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Night Trap
According to a SEGA.jp interview with Ryoichi Hasegawa, the game was banned in Germany for its “excessive” content. While not banned in Japan, Ryoichi mentioned that there were news reports about the game in Japan, describing it as “a game where you chase around and try to capture women in their underwear”.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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When the game was released on mobile platforms in Japan, the key art for certain characters were changed. Characters were altered to have less revealing outfits compared to the promotional material.
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Series: Mega Man
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Defeating an enemy with a non-buster weapon in the Japanese version of the Mega Man Zero series would make robot characters spout out something resembling blood. It was removed in the US/European versions. Oddly enough, the rating for the Japanese version of the Mega Man Zero series were unaffected.
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In the Library Room, you can find Adolf Hitler's biography, Mein Kampf. In the German version, it was given the generic title of Biographie (Biography), though it is still attributed to Hitler.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Series: Tomba!
The reason why the title name "Tomba!" was changed to "Tombi!" in the European version, was because in Italy tomba means tomb (as in tombstone).
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
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In the "Favela" level, some players complained about the Arabic script on the picture frame that is written "Allah is beautiful and He loves beauty" in the bathroom.

The map was removed from the game on the 6th October 2012. It was put back into rotation on the PS3 version on the 23rd of October after an update which replaced the frame borders, and on December 10, 2012 for the Xbox 360 version.
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The English version of the game removed a feature in Communication Mode which allowed the player to poke characters to make them interact with voiced dialogue. This is notably odd as this feature was advertised in English trailers for the game prior to release.
Contributed by Psychospacecow
For Honor
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The execution emote "No Touching" used by the Valkyrie hero was altered soon after its inclusion in December, 2017, as it was deemed by Ubisoft to be considered insensitive. The execution, which originally had the enemy collapse onto the Valkyrie with their hands landing on her breasts, was changed to have them instead blocked by her shield when collapsing onto her.

A spokesperson for Ubisoft told Kotaku that the original execution "included an inappropriate gesture between the Valkyrie and her opponent. We felt it was insensitive content and thus changed the execution." [The execution was], "incorrectly made available in-game and removed within an hour of release,"
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
All Japanese voice lines were removed in the Asian (Non-Japanese) versions of the game, leaving behind only the grunts and English words.
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The original PAL name for the game was Rayman M. In North America it was renamed to Rayman Arena, likely to avoid the M in the title being mistaken for the ESRB Rating that stands for Mature.
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Console: NES
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The light gun was called "The Gun" or "Beam Gun" and looks like a revolver gun in Japan. Outside of Japan, it was renamed "NES Zapper" and redesigned to look like a futuristic gun, rather than a real gun. Then later, another futuristic gun called "Zapper" was dyed orange to tone down the gun look for all versions.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Final Fantasy VIII
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In the NTSC version, "Selphie Tilmitt" wields a weapon called "Nunchaku". But was replace with "Shinobou" in the PAL version, due to media laws in the UK forbidding ninja-related weapons.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Persona 5
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In the Korean and Chinese versions, Ryuji Sakamoto's civilian shoes had their "Rising Sun Flag" symbol removed.
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Resident Evil (2002)
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In some japanese game trailers for the game, Hunters can slash off the players' head, just like in Resident Evil (1996). This was replaced with a slit throat animation in the final release.
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On September 8th 2017, the Malasysian goverment blocked total access to it's citizens to the Steam Store in order to stop people playing the game. In a public statement by The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, the reason why they banned access to the game was because the game's 'insensitive' portrayal of religions and that it threatened racial harmony within Malaysia.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed
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General Winter's red Soviet star symbol on his tank was altered due to complaints on the game's official forums due to its apparent visual similarity to the Swastika.
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Final Fantasy VIII
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In the Japanese version, in Ultimecia Castle's armory, there is a sword on the wall with red blood on it. The blood is green in other versions of the game.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
In an interview with Neil Druckmann, it was revealed that the "Doughnut Drake" skin would not return in Uncharted 4, due to being offensive to people who are overweight.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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