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7-31-2009 @ 11:53AM
While for us in the west it may be odd to see such things getting censored it may make perfect sense in China.We also have our things that just can't be done or shown without at least heavy debate about it.what I do find strange is that this censorship comes now, a few years after WoW released in China. if it would have been like it since the start... but then again I really have no idea how chinese feel about (un)death and bones. I just want to say, just because people think it's fine here doesn't mean people think the same there because of culture/religion
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