Dialogue in European version of Fire Emblem Awakening is censored UPDATE

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The dialogue of at least one scene in Fire Emblem Awakening is censored in the European version of the game as a GoNintendo reader found out. This makes one wonder how much more dialogue has been modified and censored in the game. 8-4, who did the original translation of the american version, replied via twitter that they aren’t responsible for those changes, which means Nintendo of Europe felt the need to tone down at least one dialogue in the game:

For a screenshot comparison of the changes follow this link. The only thing left to say is that this is very unfortunate and we as fans can only hope that this is the only thing that changed.

UPDATE: Even in-game art has been censored: source

Publishing review: Fire Emblem Awakening

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The critically acclaimed newest entry of the Fire Emblem series, called Awakening, will be available in Europe this April, 19th – this means almost one year after its initial Japanese launch and a little bit more than two months after the U.S. release.

We know that the game is good, but what about the European version and localization?

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