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Written by SuperGuido   
Saturday, 30 June 2007

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Germany has deemed several aspects of The Darkness as inappropriate and asked Take-Two to take them out of the game. The aspects include several Nazi symbols, which I can understand as they still officially deny much of that history, but out of embarrassment and not out of a lack of remorse. Other aspects include some mechanics and a cut scene in which a human heart is ripped out  This will affect both the PS3 and the Xbox 360 versions. The prior was already delayed for other reasons until late July and now the Xbox 360 version will join it on shelves around 27 July. This could prompt delays in other parts of the region as well.

We all know Germany has some strict guidelines pertaining to Nazi symbolism, as they should, and they have long been one of the stricter countries when it comes to game ratings so this is not a surprise as they have done this with a number of games in recent years. 

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