Censorship
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Die Hard: Vendetta is a first-person shooting video game that was developed by Bits Studios. It was published by NDA Productions in Europe and Sierra Entertainment in North America. The video game was first released for the GameCube in Europe on November 15, 2002, with the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions following on June 27, 2003. Due to the game targeting a USK 16 rating, the game was censored in Germany.

Censorship[]

German censorship[]

  • Blood splatters were removed.
  • Pools of blood were removed.
  • Blood on the walls were removed.
  • You can no longer set enemies on fire.
  • The flame on cheat no longer has smoke rising off people.
  • The I got Power cheat no longer has smoke rising off people.
  • If you shoot a container with liquid nitrogen, you can freeze the enemy you are shooting at. In the uncensored version they can then break apart into a bunch of little pieces in the German version the enemy simply disappears.
  • Arrows from the Crossbow weapon are no longer seen.
  • Corpses disappear a lot faster.
  • You can no longer shoot and kill unarmed opponents after disarming them.
  • The bullet cam effect (A effect that zooms in on the bullets) was removed.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The game was uncensored in every other country where it was available.

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