Dead Space hasn’t been banned in Germany, say Germans

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 5 September 2008 14:47 GMT

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Eurogamer.de‘s scotched a report that said Dead Space had already been banned in Germany. Basically, it hasn’t.

The site’s spoken to EA Germany, and the game is still with the USK, apparently, so no one knows yet if there are going to be any restrictions on the horror’s launch.

The original information came from Dead Space community manager Andrew Green, who said in a Destructoid story that the game had been banned in Germany, Japan and China.

Thanks, wz!

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