Sex And Violence Edited in Japanese Version of Far Cry 3

According to a report on Japanese gaming web site 4Gamer (as translated by Kotaku), the Japanese version of Ubisoft's Far Cry 3 had to be edited for content before it was released in the region. Three particular parts of the game have been edited, according to Kotaku's translation – wounded corpses have been edited out of the game; two scenes – a sex scene and a scene involving an open wound have been removed from the game; and killing three civilians in a row results in a "game over" penalty.

The Western version of the game also has a penalty for killing civilians, but players have reported that the number is a bit higher than the three civilian limit in the Japanese version of the game.

Ubisoft claims that – besides these edits to content – the Japanese version of the game remains largely the same as the Western version in Europe and North America…

Source: Kotaku

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