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Comments on Profile Post by Innsmouth

  1. Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    Always been meaning to ask... how come laws are so damn strict in Germany?
    Jun 24, 2016
  2. Innsmouth
    Innsmouth
    i think it connected to WW2. Ever since than germany is afraid of excessive violence etc. And of course Wolfenstein svastics are no go as well
    Jun 24, 2016
  3. Foxtrot94
    Foxtrot94
    Yah... guessed as much. :/
    Jun 24, 2016
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  4. Erian1Mortal
    Erian1Mortal
    What? Which games? Can't be many, as far as i recall there hasn't been a lot of games B-Listed in the last few years.
    Jun 25, 2016
  5. Innsmouth
    Innsmouth
    Wolfenstein, Dead Island, Dead Rising etc.
    Jun 25, 2016
  6. Erian1Mortal
    Erian1Mortal
    Well, that's some really old stuff there, I mean the new Wolfenstein was released here in Germany (censored though). You're right about Dead Island and Dead Rising though.
    But it still depends on the list the game is on, A-List or B-List, if it's on B-List you won't be able to play it, A-List is a different matter though, games like Dying Light are still playable for example.
    Jun 25, 2016
  7. Innsmouth
    Innsmouth
    well it still annoys me, because that means I can't play stuff like Dead Rising at all :/
    Jun 25, 2016
  8. Erian1Mortal
    Erian1Mortal
    Usually, as long as you have a key, you can activate and play it, even here in Germany. Seen it with Alien vs Predator, Dying Light, Mortal Kombat 9 and other games.
    Dead Rising seems to be a black sheep in that case though, just checked that game specifically. But even that game can easily be activated / played if you have someone who can gift it to you.
    Jun 25, 2016
  9. Innsmouth
    Innsmouth
    heard its not activating even with gift. Same as non-censored Wolfenstein.
    Jun 25, 2016
  10. Erian1Mortal
    Erian1Mortal
    It should activate as long as it's not a russian or chinese copy, but there are conflicting informations out there concerning that.

    You're right about the uncut Wolfenstein though, it's absolutely not playable in Germany
    Jun 25, 2016
  11. Innsmouth
    Innsmouth
    well thats bummer :/
    Jun 25, 2016