Our buddy Alex Baard (Due Process project lead) returns to join in the conversation about Impostor Syndrome, a mobile app thats supposed to help ADHD sufferers, and the Steam curators ‘The Cut-Content Police.’ We’re in fine form as we enter the Lightning Round, we ponder the video game movie releases coming this year and make our nominations for the Video Game Hall of Fame.  Nikk plays catch-up, Chris is half-delirious, Arroyo does his best Benicio Del Toro impression, and Erskine scrambles to keep it all on the rails. It’s a fun one! Enjoy!

The Panel: Joe ErskineJoe ArroyoNikk Golesh, Chris Morris & Alex Baard

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  1. Well, Many times the developer will provide methods to uncensor their own game like huniepop and the sakura games. So its more they are kind of forced to change or alter their game to sell it.

    Also as you see its not only japanese games, it was at first cause it was the easiest to search for because a bunch of japanese games that were censored ports released all within a month so.

  2. yeah a lot of stuff was cut from the article hilariously enough cause i was kinda wordy. But i also mentioned DMC special edition where some lines were cut and people cried censoreship, it was editing they weren’t cut because they was forced to, it just didnt work for the scene. A “directors cut” special edition if you will.

    Also, its just me running the group. Nobody else, i have moderators but they really dont need to do anything most the time so its just me that does it all.

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