To be fair, I think it was more of Nintendo of America than anything else.
XSeeD wants to localize the game but Nintendo has their own priorities, like with the DOA Dimensions cover getting slightly edited, this should come to no surprise.
But DOA thing was because it had nintendo stuff in there and they published the game in some places. if they are not involved they can tell them to take a hike.
And if it is nintendo just more of a reason the producer will go with vita because he said he did not want his games censored outside of the boards that do that for the ratings. Thats the advantage being on Sony if he wants to keep to his vision. but you said there was a game like SKV for 3DS but IDK if thats in the states so even that may get censored.
Post by Driftslave on Sept 25, 2013 17:17:27 GMT -5
I wish Nintendo would stop creating the atmosphere that "Nintendo is for kids" because they do it to themselves by this exact practice. I'm sure XSeeD was pressured into doing it, why would Nintendo do it....im at a lost for ideas to why?
Post by Driftslave on Sept 25, 2013 17:51:46 GMT -5
I understand, but this kinda solidifies the series being on Sony consoles too.
Thing is though is the chances of SK:SV getting a localization is still up in the air since the Vita isn't exactly flying off the shelves here, and XSeeD is going to have it rough just getting Burst to sale, it seems like a long road ahead of us...in other words.
Since when? They didn't censor MadWorld or Manhunt 2 on the Wii, they even defended those. Any censorship they do manage, is with titles they publish. There is no clear evidence that Nintendo had a say in the matter, other than someone throwing their name out without researching. XSeed did seem pretty reluctant to localize this game in the first place, so they might just be trying to keep a low profile with this title. They're definitly not Aksys. Nothing in-game appears to be censored, though. Aside from what my sig leads you to believe, I'm bringing up a valid argument.