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118351 No. 118351 ID: 225202
All the years of endless screaming about "feminatzis taking muh blideo blames!" and yet it's always the christfags and republicans leading the censorship charge.

The group in question claiming responsibility:
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Morality_In_Media

https://www.usgamer.net/articles/mature-visual-novels-are-at-risk-of-being-taken-down-from-steam
>Several visual novel publishers and developers are reporting that due to a sudden change in Steam's content guidelines and policies, their games are under threat of being removed from Valve's platform. Several visual novel makers have made public that Valve threatened to remove their games if they aren't altered to fit content guidelines by the end of the month.

>Early this morning, MangaGamer published a blog post regarding its visual novel Kindred Spirits. The company writes, "Kindred Spirits, has also been targeted by Steam's sudden and abrupt content policy shift and has been threatened with removal if the content of the game is not modified."

>Kindred Spirits on the Roof first made headlines as Steam's first "uncensored" visual novel. However, reviewers seemed to respond positively to the game's frank depiction of sexuality, with Kotaku even calling the game "pretty tame."

>MangaGamer made it clear in their blogpost that the company "went to great pains to run the game's content by Valve representatives." This meant mangagamer sent "along every potentially questionable graphical asset along with advanced builds of the title-to ensure that the feeling was mutual."

>John Pickett of MangaGamer told Motherboard that Kindred Spirits underwent a "vigorous" review by Valve's representatives, and "Valve spent several weeks reviewing the game to check the content and game MangaGamer its full approval and guarantee that it fell within Valve's content standards."

>Other visual novel developers and makers have chimed in on the sudden policy change at Steam, which if anything, appears to have caught the VN community completely off guard. Lupiesoft, another visual novel developer working on a game called Mutiny!!, announced on Twitter that Mutiny!! has been flagged by Steam for "reports of pornographic content."

>Like MangaGamer, Lupiesoft says that the developer "has been one of the strictest developers in terms of following Steam's guidelines, and absolutely nothing in Mutiny!! Violates their guidelines." Lupiesoft goes as far to call Steam's sudden policy change as a "nuclear option."
>> No. 119446 ID: eb4293
Life may be all fun and games now in the USA, but as offshoring increases, illegal immigration rises, hard-working Americans die off or dropout due to higher taxes and more regulations, the national debt climbs, there is more terrorism as the result of illegal American wars, the police become more brutal enforcing draconian decrees, the US Ponzi economy and stock markets collapse, cash is banned, Americans are implanted with microchips, and real crises and false flags are used to force Americans to go to the gulags and finally to the gas chambers and ovens, will Americans wish that they had spoken out earlier against the dangers of wars, debt, and tyranny?
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