How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans

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Violent games keep getting banned in China. Last month, as r/gaming pointed out, China banned nine games and forced changes on 11 more. Many gory games have no chance of release. To slip past the country’s draconian censors, Chinese online retailers must get creative.

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"other pseudonyms include selling the banned Battlefield 4 as 'Boyfriend Storm.' " Petition to reboot BF4 as a dat…
This is sad but awesome at the same time. @jollysquatpump @_ilikerapmusic_ @everybodymain @MannyFresco16
Automated monitoring is hard (and determined sellers can be hilarious), volume 1,394
I, too, am a fan of "Big Pineapple."
Even China censorship cant block creativity.
RE2 = "First Day of Work at the Police Station: Remake Version" - a rather banal title! At least the seller below…
this article shouldn't be funny but its hilarious “Shoot And See: Remake 2"
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好家伙,这傻逼事儿也让外国人发现了啊哈哈哈。
Increíble que pasen estas cosas. 🙄
@Vildiil whole kotaku article, lol:
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans #residentevil2 #residentevil #kotakueast #china
"“First Day of Work at the Police Station: Remake Version.”" auaiauhahua ||| How Chinese Online Retailers Get Ar…
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans
According to website Abacus, Taobao sellers have been trying to skirt around the bans with pseudonyms and hand-draw…
purehavuk Gaming #News | How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans #blog
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans Kotaku | February 8, 2019
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans via @kotaku
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans via @kotaku
Guys.... Bikin ide buat gantiin nama game yang sekarang lagi terkenal
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans
if I could buy the drawn RE2 cover at the top of this article, I would // How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around G…
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans via @kotaku
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How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans Violent games keep getting banned in China. Last month, as r/ga…
"first day of work at the police station" 🤣🤣🤣
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans ༄ Image: Taobao, Abacus Violent games…
Brilliant piece! ‘First Day of Work at the Police Station: Remake Version’
Gory and scary? No, Resident Evil 2 is adorable and nice. Sorry, I meant “First Day of Work at the Police Station:…
How Chinese Online Retailers Get Around Game Bans via @kotaku

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