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Censorship
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South Park: The Stick of Truth is an American RPG that was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Ubisoft, and it was released on March 4, 2014. Due to the Australian government banning the game due to sexual violence, Ubisoft decided to release a censored version in order to have the game released in Australia. The European release was censored due to Ubisoft's "market decision", while the German release had all of the European censorship plus the removal of Nazi symbols.

Censorship[]

Australian Censorship[]

The uncensored version is banned in Australia. Seven scenes in all platforms were censored and the affected scenes were replaced with a screen showing a koala crying.

  • The scene that shows Aliens probing Mr. Mackey, Craig, Mr. Slave, Randy and the main character's anuses was modified for the Australian release.
  • The scene that shows Dr. Poonlover trying to give you an abortion was modified for the Australian release.
  • The scene that shows the main character giving Randy an a abortion was modified for the Australian release.

European Censorship[]

Seven scenes in the console platforms were censored, and the affected scenes were replaced with a screen showing a statue facepalming.

  • The scene that shows Aliens probing Mr. Mackey, Craig, Mr. Slave, Randy and the main character's anuses was modified for the European release.
  • The scene that shows Dr. Poonlover trying to give you an abortion was modified for the European release.
  • The scene that shows the main character giving Randy an a abortion was modified for the European release.

Germany Censorship[]

  • Seven scenes in all platforms were censored, and the affected scenes were replaced with a screen showing a statue facepalming. In addition to the censorship in Europe, any scene that shows Nazi symbols such as swastikas was modified for the German release. In the German version the Nazi symbols were covered up by black boxes.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The American version is completely uncensored and the European (except Germany) PC release is completely uncensored.

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