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valeman2

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PostedNov 01, 2012 11:57 pm   Last edited by valeman2 on Nov 01, 2012 11:59 pm. Edited 1 time in total
Well they alter the game like this wont be fun.

Leaving as if is fun.
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lestat_anil

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PostedNov 01, 2012 11:58 pm
Not character(s), they are altering one character, and that is because she looks like a child.

valeman2

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PostedNov 02, 2012 12:00 am
All characters are adult based she just short.

There a problem with Short and Young adult game character.

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PostedNov 02, 2012 3:33 am
valeman2 wrote:
All characters are adult based she just short.

There a problem with Short and Young adult game character.  

There is a problem with short and young adult game character indeed. It is being censored when nobody asked for it T_T. I could understand if they were aiming for T ESRB rating but M? Makes no sense.
Zyrein wrote:
lingu023 wrote:
Long post quote here  

In two months no one is going to look at your post nor care about it. Aeria is a American company and they are publishing it in, surprise, America. Your proof? That doesn't apply to a game that is based on and specifically made for 18+, not a game that's probably PG13. They are releasing such a sexual game with very little censored, be happy. Once the game has been up and running for a bit, people will find the game and never know it was called Queens Blade. It has no relationship to the anime so it doesn't matter.

TL;DR? You are 100% wrong. Censorship doesn't screw the game up so it doesn't matter.  

Obviously, me and lingu023 are not happy. Censorship is evil, leave censorship to Iran and China. West deserves better.
TL:DR, You are wrong, censoring alienates potential clients, gives publisher a bad rep and has nothing positive to show for it.

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PostedNov 02, 2012 4:22 am
i dont understandand aeria will release a full version identical to the korean version or aeria version will be modified (censored)?

TY aeria for many new games in coming soon

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PostedNov 02, 2012 4:52 am
BillyBallo89 wrote:
i dont understandand aeria will release a full version identical to the korean version or aeria version will be modified (censored)?

TY aeria for many new games in coming soon  


Aeria's version will be identical to the KR version EXCEPT some slight censoring done the the Sentinel class and some NPCs.

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PostedNov 02, 2012 9:55 am
Zyrein wrote:
lingu023 wrote:
Long post quote here  

In two months no one is going to look at your post nor care about it. Aeria is a American company and they are publishing it in, surprise, America. Your proof? That doesn't apply to a game that is based on and specifically made for 18+, not a game that's probably PG13. They are releasing such a sexual game with very little censored, be happy. Once the game has been up and running for a bit, people will find the game and never know it was called Queens Blade. It has no relationship to the anime so it doesn't matter.

TL;DR? You are 100% wrong. Censorship doesn't screw the game up so it doesn't matter.  


As if publishing in America had anything to do with it. There are no laws against lolis being naked. There are dozens of manga with naked lolis, sold in a shop near you. Just because you are ignorant and don't know about it, does not mean they do not exist. Go ahead and order Dance in the Vampire Bund or Negima and get your age 14 naked girl butts. (Rated older Teen 16+ btw)

Since the America argument is out of the window, what do we have left to argue about? Well, if AeriaGames wants to be considered a company offering Asian games or a company offering censored games. This is of course entirely up to them, the important part is that YOU and THEM are aware that nude girls exists and are accepted in America.

(Exceptions being those who actually hate them, but that is on a personal level and not country level.)

And censorship DOES screw games up.
- You get bad word of mouth. (What is Scarlet Blade? It is that game with censored children in it. Ah, that pervert game.)
- You get increased rule breaking. (Oh the character is edited. I'll just copy the original Korean files and bypass this stupidity.)
- You get increased insults. (Oh you are playing that pervert race? What do you mean? Well, AeriaGames censored them so clearly they were for sick people and only sick people play them.)
- You get the WRONG players. (People going "this game is cool, but shame it focuses on nudity. If only AeriaGames could censor more!")

This is all stuff I first hand experienced and saw in Tera. It WILL happen, and it will be the censorship's fault.

As for the benefits from the censorship in Tera?

Nada. Reviews still complained on creepy children. People still called Elin players creeps. Obviously it didn't avoid any million dollar court cases either. It did absolutely not a single positive thing.

Do people care?
90% do not care.
5% hates censorship
5% requests censorship

By not censoring, you have the excuse of "This is how the game is, sorry people".
By censoring you pick a side claiming "You 5% are my friends, and you other 5% can GTFO my game".

It is never the company's intention, but each time they censor, they insult their fans. The sooner companies learn this, the better they run.

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PostedNov 02, 2012 10:35 am
lingu023 wrote:
Zyrein wrote:
lingu023 wrote:
Long post quote here  

In two months no one is going to look at your post nor care about it. Aeria is a American company and they are publishing it in, surprise, America. Your proof? That doesn't apply to a game that is based on and specifically made for 18+, not a game that's probably PG13. They are releasing such a sexual game with very little censored, be happy. Once the game has been up and running for a bit, people will find the game and never know it was called Queens Blade. It has no relationship to the anime so it doesn't matter.

TL;DR? You are 100% wrong. Censorship doesn't screw the game up so it doesn't matter.  


As if publishing in America had anything to do with it. There are no laws against lolis being naked. There are dozens of manga with naked lolis, sold in a shop near you. Just because you are ignorant and don't know about it, does not mean they do not exist. Go ahead and order Dance in the Vampire Bund or Negima and get your age 14 naked girl butts. (Rated older Teen 16+ btw)

Since the America argument is out of the window, what do we have left to argue about? Well, if AeriaGames wants to be considered a company offering Asian games or a company offering censored games. This is of course entirely up to them, the important part is that YOU and THEM are aware that nude girls exists and are accepted in America.

(Exceptions being those who actually hate them, but that is on a personal level and not country level.)

And censorship DOES screw games up.
- You get bad word of mouth. (What is Scarlet Blade? It is that game with censored children in it. Ah, that pervert game.)
- You get increased rule breaking. (Oh the character is edited. I'll just copy the original Korean files and bypass this stupidity.)
- You get increased insults. (Oh you are playing that pervert race? What do you mean? Well, AeriaGames censored them so clearly they were for sick people and only sick people play them.)
- You get the WRONG players. (People going "this game is cool, but shame it focuses on nudity. If only AeriaGames could censor more!")

This is all stuff I first hand experienced and saw in Tera. It WILL happen, and it will be the censorship's fault.

As for the benefits from the censorship in Tera?

Nada. Reviews still complained on creepy children. People still called Elin players creeps. Obviously it didn't avoid any million dollar court cases either. It did absolutely not a single positive thing.

Do people care?
90% do not care.
5% hates censorship
5% requests censorship

By not censoring, you have the excuse of "This is how the game is, sorry people".
By censoring you pick a side claiming "You 5% are my friends, and you other 5% can GTFO my game".

It is never the company's intention, but each time they censor, they insult their fans. The sooner companies learn this, the better they run.  


It isn't censorship that does it. It's the way people handle the game.

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PostedNov 02, 2012 11:07 am   Last edited by PorcelainMonkey on Nov 02, 2012 11:39 am. Edited 1 time in total
lingu023 wrote:
It is never the company's intention, but each time they censor, they insult their fans.  

Maybe some fans are simply a bit too sensitive?

It's just Aeria making a token effort so it doesn't look like they endorse child pornography.

lingu023 wrote:
And censorship DOES screw games up.
- You get bad word of mouth. (What is Scarlet Blade? It is that game with censored children in it. Ah, that pervert game.)
- You get increased rule breaking. (Oh the character is edited. I'll just copy the original Korean files and bypass this stupidity.)
- You get increased insults. (Oh you are playing that pervert race? What do you mean? Well, AeriaGames censored them so clearly they were for sick people and only sick people play them.)
- You get the WRONG players. (People going "this game is cool, but shame it focuses on nudity. If only AeriaGames could censor more!")

This is all stuff I first hand experienced and saw in Tera. It WILL happen, and it will be the censorship's fault.
 

People will call it a perverted game no matter what. Maybe Aeria figures if they don't censor the Sentinel they'll end up on Fox as the company which publishes child *** simulators.

What do I care about pedophiles breaking rules? If they're sanctioned for it, then so be it.

It's like you've never been on the internet. People will cause drama over anything. Those who played the female dwarf in Forsaken World were also called pedophiles and no one with any sense gave a ****.

I'm not sure I disagree with them. I don't particularly want the game to be censored further, but I'd prefer good game play to nudity. Why don't you just watch porn if it matters so much?

It's far more likely the game will be ruined by the cash shop or poor management than from censorship.

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PostedNov 02, 2012 11:29 am   Last edited by BillyBallo89 on Nov 02, 2012 11:32 am. Edited 1 time in total
i hate censure... korean/jappan doing many masterpieces Anime/games/comics (example one piece) and when they arrive in europe/america...CENSURE -.-" censorship does not make us enjoy these masterpieces western

curious question.. why original name is Queen's Blade and this called Scarlet Blade?? O.O
censured too original name? lol
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