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Censorship
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Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line is Japanese role playing game that was developed by Chunsoft and released by Enix on January 26, 1987 as the sequel to Dragon Quest. Due to Enix wanting to make the western release more family friendly, sexuality was toned down. All international releases are always using the censored version.

Censorship[]

International censorship[]

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How "Puff-Puff" Has Been Censored In Dragon Quest

  • The scene that shows a woman offering a puff puff (and then giving the player the ability to select yes or no) was modified for the western release. In the uncensored version if the player selects yes the woman will give your character a puff puff. In the uncensored version if you select no the woman will say "What's wrong with being an Okama (Okama means homosexual)?! You meanie..." In the western release she is asking you if she is pretty enough to be queen, if you select yes she will say "Perhaps the great Prince of Cannock thinks so to." If you select no she will say "What's wrong!"

Where to find it uncensored[]

The Japanese version is completely uncensored.

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