Those impatient to discover ZA / UM’s cult DJ RPG in their native language or on consoles had welcomed the announcement of a Final Cut version of Disco Elysium as it should. Unfortunately, the habits and customs of the many countries of our little plant do not all welcome their arrival …
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Indeed, Father Du Bois’ adventures did not suit the tastes of the Australian Classification Board., the local equivalent of our PEGI just for us. Far from the smooth and manichen stories cherished by Anglo-Saxons, Disco Elysium Do not hesitate to put your feet in the bowl and treat certain subjects with little reluctance, starting with the alcoholism of its protagonist.
In youth one sows discord
It is precisely this interest in the bottle that led Disco Elysium The Final Cut to fall into the rejected games category and the prudish authorities to justify themselves.
The game is disapproved because it depicts, expresses, or mentions any of the following subjects: sex, drug use or addiction, crime, cruelty, violence or representation that violates standards of morality, decency and anything that is generally accepted by an adult becomes .
Aside from a prudish description that would make you laugh if it wasn’t promulgated with a degree higher than the first, This end of inadmissibility reminds us that local authorities do not hesitate to turn down many video games
Disco Elysium The last cut Fortunately for that remains planned Next March 30th in all countries etc. Holy Lovejoy did not impose his law.