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Germany lifts total ban on Nazi symbols in video games

BBC News Friday, 10 August 2018
Germany lifts total ban on Nazi symbols in video gamesAfter decades of German video games censoring Nazi bad guys, the rules have changed.
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▶ Germany Is Now Allowing Nazi Symbols In Video Games 02:51

In the past, game companies have censored out swastikas and even Hitler's mustache.

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