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7-04-2007 @ 2:15AM
>The Chinese have a very big respect for the dead, >and NOit's just moral relativism. Europa too has "big respect for the dead". in Corsica there are long rituals, to wear black cloth for years after a dead relative and so on.nothing there with respect here.>although there are quite a few issues with what most >Americans like to call 'democracy' and 'freedom' there are not issues with "what americans like to call", but with Ethics and Moral of the world.forget americans. China is not a democracy, is not a sane country.>here, I think it's kind of obvious why they want to >make the Forsaken look so..undead. totally wrong. Germany likes to change "red blood" to "whatever color of the day strange liquid". it is censorshipgermany is still a democracyand it's still _Totally_ wrong.--if something is not possible to create in a _game_ ,or a book story because of culture, politics or censors, there are a huge problem in the making.instead of to do too much of moral relativism ("it's just the culture here people" ) you should be happy to live in a country with more possibility of what artists or creators can do.it's not "that their way", it's _limitations_ , it's censorship. it's just a game and still they're feeling the need to modify : it's totally wrong.
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