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Killer7 is a first person shooting video game that was developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and published by Capcom. The video game was first released in Japan on June 9, 2005 for the Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2. A Windows port was released worldwide on November 15, 2018. The PlayStation 2 release of the game was censored in Japan.

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Killer7 Version Differences - Japanese Playstation 2 Censorship

(PlayStation 2)

  • The scene that shows a person being blown up by Heaven Smile was modified for the Japanese release. In the Japanese version the body parts are no longer visible in the explosion.
  • The scene that shows injuries are people's backs in cutscenes were modified for the Japanese release. In the Japanese version the injuries are no longer shown.
  • The scene that shows a woman being blown up in a explosion was modified for the Japanese release. In the Japanese version you can only see her torso after the explosion.
  • Samantha's scene in Cloudman was shortened, and her moaning was removed.
  • The scene that shows Susie swearing (which is censored with bleeps) was removed.
  • The scene that shows Curtis and Pedro encountering each other was modified for the Japanese release. In the Japanese version the camera angles were changed to hide the decapitated head.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The GameCube and PC versions are uncensored in Japan, and it is uncensored in every other country where it is available.

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