Hello everyone, how are you all? today here we are with a collection of 20 games that got banned for some absurd reasons. All of us play video games and if you search you can create a list of people who like to play versatile games. There are some specific and famous games also which marked as red and got banned.
In this article, we will talk about most 20 popular games that got banned for some specific reasons and we will give a short brief on them. The gamers on our website will know why these games were marked as dangerous. So, not getting more late let’s dive into the picture gallery.
Here Are 20 Video Games That Were Banned
1. Battlefield 4
At some point in the game, Battlefield 4 chose the Pakistani military as the bad guys and the game there was prohibited as expected in these circumstances. However, the surprise here wasn’t that it was forbidden to play, but that prison time and community services were the results for the sale or gameplay.
2. BlazBlue Continuum Shift
This game BlazBlue: Continuum Shift is just another fighting game like Street Fighter and Mortal Combat, but its copies were frightenedly pulled out of store shelves in the UAE and other countries in the Middle East because local authorities felt the game was too unpleasant, their costumes too fleshy.
3. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
Well, it wasn’t theoretically forbidden to play this game, but the original was so edited that it doesn’t look like the Russian version. See, in Russia, the Russian mission that could be played in the first has been removed and everyone is happy. Putin doesn’t want Russian gamers executing other Russians!
4. Command & Conquer Generals
This is one of the mysterious instances, and we still can not tell why this game has been prohibited by China. The official reason for this was that Command & Conquer: the generals represented China in a “negative light,” which confused us even more, to be honest, since anyone who played the game knows that China is portrayed as good men and one of the superpowers in the world.
This was in 2008 because, in their judgment, the Brazil National Court ordered the prohibition of all sales of the game to bring “imminent incentive to social subversion, an attempt against a democratic and legal state and public security.”
6. Every Shooting Video Game In Venezuela
In November 2009, the Venezuelan Government declared it would ban any video games to shoot people! The ban was caused by widespread domestic violence. Venezuela was thus the first country to prohibit all violent video games in order to produce, distribute, sell, display and use them illegally.
7. Far Cry 3
Far Cry 3 is by far the most sounder game in this series, but please don’t go looking for it if you live in Indonesia because you’re never going to find it. According to government officials, the game depicts life in Indonesia as similar to living in the hell and yes it can be seen as such as illness, starvation, and plague.
8. Football Manager 2005
You seem to wonder how and for what reason football could ever be banned somewhere. Now in China, it is a very bad thing, even at a sports event, to recognize Tibet as an independent nation, so that the game was banished once the Chinese jurisdictions learned. The later edited version, where Tibet was not included as an independent nation, was worldwide.
9. Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
It is well-known that this game is full of graphical violence, drugs, and guns, but the protagonist, CJ’s no pants, did it to his friend. This is why the game was banned there, while the game got an “Adult Only” rating in the “progressive” US.
The gamer must combat a fictional US military occupation in North Korea in Homefront. In North Korea, the reason for this game was outlawed! This may sound insane to most of us in the West, but we should all admit that living beneath North Korea is not easy, and permitting a game like this on the market could upset Kim Jong-un a little too much who fictionally loves his nuclear weapons.
11. KZ Manager
In Germany, KZ Manager eventually was banned and won the “Most Unnecessary Game of the Year” award for this game. When you look at the reasoning behind the ban you can understand it. Basically, to play this game you must become the Nazi concentration camp administrator, with prisoners who are Jews and Gypsies in their “resource” to manage. This is the primary reason.
12. Manhunt 2
It was the first game of the “Top 25 Goriest Games of all time” Gameranx. But the uncut version became the first, only game to be denied classified by British Film Classification because of extreme force! The game was named “The Most Controvertible Film Games Ever.” So, what are we able to do about it?
13. Pokémon Trading Card Game
Discuss the trading card game Pokémon, which was prohibited in Saudi Arabia as cards apparently promoted and supported Zionism. The cards contain symbols of the Star of David which is connected to international Zionism according to the Mufti, who is the most elevated religious body in the State and is Israel’s national symbol. What more are you going to say now?
14. Postal 2
Postal 2 has been banned for some offensive material in both Brasil and New Zealand including urination, animal cruelty, homophobia, racism, and ethnic stereotyping.
15. Saints Row 4
You can realize that Saints Row 4 is at least as weird as video games in Australia. The game is supposed to be equipped with a weapon known as the “alien anal probe,” and that’s why it was prohibited because it looks like sexual assault.
16. The Darkness
The version Xbox 360 of this game was originally prohibited in Singapore as it was believed to be very violent and truthful. The ban on the PlayStation 3 version was raised, for some mysterious reason, when the situation becomes a bit difficult.
17. The Guy Game
When one of the very few games in American history was banned, the creator of this game comes to the forefront. That’s the reason? Most of the game consists of viewing live-action video footage on bikinis from sexy women, and since the game’s player overrides women’s breasts in the game, which is oddly contrary to existing pornographic laws in the United States, that is why the game was banned.
18. Three Sisters’ Story
This Japanese video game in New Zealand was banned because it supposedly promoted and encouraged the use of violence to persuade people to engage in sexual conduct and the exploitation of young people.
19. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2
This Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 shooter was placed on the hotlist and eventually forbidden in Mexico for the stereotypical offensive depiction of Mexican rebels described as enemies. In addition, Chihuahua city was badly stereotyped by the game.
20. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow
In Indonesia, the game was banned as it includes a very fictional group called Darah Dan Doa, meaning “Blood and Prayer.” That is why the president of the country considered the whole thing a direct threat to him and his people, which immediately forbade the game.