Dead Space banned in Germany, Japan and China

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 5 September 2008 06:47 GMT

According to this Destructoid piece, Dead Space community manager Andrew Green has revealed that the EA action horror has been banned in Germany, Japan and China.

There’s no detail there other than that, and no confirmation that EA intends to edit the game to get release in these countries. Maybe someone could change the blood colour to blue, or something.

Frankly, this just makes us want to play it more. It’s out in Europe on October 24.

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