Rainbow Six: Siege Censorship Backlash

Siege has grown in to one of the most popular online games in the world. The game has changed and evolved, and fans for the most part agree that the changes are usually for the better. However, an update in regards to some changes to censor the game to reach the Asian market, have got fans upset.

Due to more strict ruling in regards to what can be shown in video games in the Asian market, Icons, gore, and suggestive content are being changed or removed.

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Even though these changes may not effect game play somewhat, they do change the tone of the game. People have invested their money in to the game, because they love what it is and what it has become. By catering to outside territories there is concern that what the game has become will be forgotten for the financial gain of the Asian marketplace.

Here are some comments:

Since we cant have knives pictures, here is a new Caveira icon from Rainbow6

Remove Tom Clancy’s name from the game from Rainbow6

I assume the sharp edges are too violent to post here? from Rainbow6

What do you think about the changes to the game?

No Man’s Sky The Abyss Update Has Me Excited

Under water in No Man's Sky

It is no secret that No Man’s Sky had a rocky start when it launched back in August of 2016. However, much has changed since that date. No Man’s Sky launched the Next update in July 2018 to significantly more praise than the game had ever seen prior. This update was the beginning of the resurrection of No Man’s Sky, adding content such as multiplayer and third person perspective.

Under water in No Man's Sky
A screenshot from No Man’s Sky The Abyss

Now, October 2018 the first major update since the Next update, The Abyss has launched. The update adds significant content to the under water game play of No Man’s Sky. New building items, a new mode of transportation, five times more variation in fauna and flora for the under water sections, and much more. But the most important part of this update, is that it paves the path that the No Man’s Sky Next update wasn’t the end. This game will continue to gain more content, and so far that content has been free of charge.

Say what you will about No Man’s Sky at launch, because this game is no longer the game that was launched back in 2016. This game is new and fresh. It feels like a whole different game, whilst still keeping to its core of the space exploration. I can finally say that I recommend you give No Man’s Sky a shot.