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[QUOTE] I doubt SNK is THAT deliberate on keeping that stuff from us, but they do it. Only God knows why they consistently censor and fuck up our games. It does SEEM like there's some kind of conspiracy to keep this stuff from us. BTW, you gotta have some controversy to succeed. Why else would MK and GTA become so popular here? [/QUOTE] Whatever, I'm not going to argue this point anymore because you are obviously incapable of accepting reality. Go ahead back to your world of JFK assassinations, Area 51's and fluoridation theories. Besides, I haven't played them, but aren't the ports of KOF 2002/2003 NOT censored? And come to think of it, why in God's name did a game having the blood removed in it FOR THE JAPANESE VERSION set you off on some kind of "OMG TEH CRAZY FOREIGNERS HATES US!" tangent? Seems to me that if they're removing the blood period, it kind of causes serious damage to your CONSPIRACY THEORY. "Even we Japanese can't handle THE BLOOD anymore, it's too X-TREME!" [QUOTE]Why else would MK and GTA become so popular here? [/QUOTE] For the same reason Madden games are so successful here, they appeal to the American gamer (one of the reasons these series are equally unpopular in many other countries, although GTA manages to piss people off wherever it goes) But then again, I'm just being polite here, I was very tempted to say "Because the mass market has poor taste." Besides, last time I checked, MK was about as popular as any other fighting series with its roots in 2D: Not very, except with a small, hard-core fanbase. And if your theory about controversy being necessary to succeed is true, why were Super Mario Bros, Donkey Kong and Final Fantasy 7 and countless others so successful? Where's all this magical controversy around them? TONIGHT ON NIGHTLINE: THE MUSHROOM KINGDOM! COMMUNIST PLOT? House Speaker Tip O'Neal and Prime Minster Margaret Thatcher join us for the debate. Besides all of this, there are plenty of controversial games that flop horribly; "Chiller", "Splatterhouse" (a success at the time, but forgotten today) and "Thrill Kill" (cancelled) are all perfectly fine examples. Oh, what about "Postal"? Anyway, that's it, after all this it's obvious nobody here is going to make you NOT think there's some kind of conspiracy, but I'll leave you with this question: Who's the one who is being "racist" here? I don't see Playmore flying off the deep end and putting messages like "We hate crackers!" in their products, while I certainly got a heavy "dirty Jap" vibe from you. Edit: Oopsie!
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