1 Million Gamers Strong For Japanese Gaming 「100万人の声: 私たち海外ゲーマーは日本ゲーム業界の自己検閲に断固反対します」

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Alex Bravacino
4 years ago
As an artist, nothing should be censored so I want everything not changed just because it should not be pandering to pathetic social justice warriors snowflakes that are pathetic and are offended for the stupidest things.

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Carlo De la Torre
4 years ago
En contra de la censura, el ostracismo y el edonismo por parte de la prensa y personas occidentales que nunca han tocado en su vida un videojuego pero que consideran perverso y censurable cuando los que deberíamos de tener la última palabra somos nosotros los consumidores!! Que estamos de acuerdo en un mercado libre de videojuegos entre diferentes países sin dejarse intimidar por los prejuicios de otros. 

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Andrew Hayashi
4 years ago
Am pissed off at sjw pursues being overly offended by artist freedom. There is no place for censorship in art. Over sensitive babies should just overt their overlay sensitive eyes instead of forcing those of us who enjoy these artistic mediums and artist expression to not be able to view art we enjoy. I myself am an artist and support the right to one artistic license.

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Mike Loftman
4 years ago
I'm a massive supporter of the Japanese games industry let them go uncensored.

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David Wetuski
4 years ago
The value of art is to challenge us to view life in different ways. Altering works of art to conform to cultural expectations deprives art of its core value. In history, there are many examples of societies where suppression of speech that did not conform to politically correct doctrine has been used to suppress dissent against atrocities of the state, demonstrating the danger that censorship of art poses. It's a slippery slope, and if we wish to prevent such tragedies, we must remain vigilant in our defense of artistic freedom.

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Argel Aurelio
4 years ago
I love Japanese games and want more content from Japan. I don't want sjws to ruin the games that I love.

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N A
4 years ago
I am a avid supporter of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Expression.

I believe the video game industry should not be pressured by special interests groups, lobbyists, and religious organizations to censor their content in light of cultural sensibilities.

We will fight for Japanese developers to pursue their artistic vision without threat of litigation and/or political correctness.

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Sean Flannery
4 years ago
A feeling that self-censorship is required is a freedom lost.

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David Hutcheson
4 years ago
I love having variety in games and believe everyone should have a similar freedom of choice. If this choice is limited by developers not being allowed to express their artistry through games by social justice warriors then I sign to help defend.

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Sten Rom
4 years ago
I love Japanese games, art, anime and can't see a world without it's culture so enriched giving a true sense of living in a surreal imaginative world.