Resident Evil Village – The censored Japanese version? – News

Game News Resident Evil Village – The Censored Japanese Version? Resident Evil Village, Capcom’s next big production which will be featured in detail at the Resident Evil Showcase, has posted its news on its official Japanese website, but unfortunately, that’s not necessarily good news. The Resident Evil saga is best known for its strange atmosphere and macabre aspect, and that’s why the series has always been banned for at least 18 years from its first opus. Thrill-seekers are waiting impatiently for the next installment of this emblematic license of the horror game, Resident Evil Village, which is expected on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series next May 7th. However, not everyone will be saturated with their hemoglobin effusions. In a special Resident Evil Village FAQ posted on the game’s official Japanese website, the publisher said there will be some differences between the Japanese, American, and European versions of the game. The Japanese version will be less violent than the other versions. In fact, according to the recommendations of the Japanese classification body CERO (Computer Entertainment Rating Organization), the title is divided into two versions, CERO Z and CERO D, the first not recommended for at least 18 years and the second for at least 17 years. Japanese players using the CERO D version will therefore not be spectators of the beheading scenes and will not have the joy of enjoying as much hemoglobin as western players. This surprise is particularly surprising as we still remember the case of The Very First Resident Evil, which, unlike the eighth work, had been censored in our area. The introduction of the title has been modified to meet the classification criteria of European and American territory. You’ll also like: By JeromeJoffard, Editorial jeuxvideo.com MPTwitter