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23rd Apr '17 11:49:53 AM nombretomado
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* While not exactly bad as a result ''per se'', a couple of the ''Franchise/{{Tales|Series}}'' games lack the Skits that are a large part of other ''Tales'' games, namely ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny'' and ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfEternia Eternia]]''. This is a bit of a problem, since a good deal of the comedy, plot, and characterization depends upon the skits. A lesser extent, the Opening Title music would often be changed to an inferior piece as well. This was one of the causes of ire from the fans when the Game Boy Advance port of ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'' was released in the US, the opening theme (''Yume Wa Owaranai'', which earned the game the distinction of being the first SNES game to have a fully-voiced opening theme) was replaced with a generic piece.

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* While not exactly bad as a result ''per se'', a couple of the ''Franchise/{{Tales|Series}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Tales|Series}}'' games lack the Skits that are a large part of other ''Tales'' games, namely ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny'' and ''[[VideoGame/TalesOfEternia Eternia]]''. This is a bit of a problem, since a good deal of the comedy, plot, and characterization depends upon the skits. A lesser extent, the Opening Title music would often be changed to an inferior piece as well. This was one of the causes of ire from the fans when the Game Boy Advance port of ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'' was released in the US, the opening theme (''Yume Wa Owaranai'', which earned the game the distinction of being the first SNES game to have a fully-voiced opening theme) was replaced with a generic piece.
18th Apr '17 5:30:56 PM nombretomado
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* The Malaysian release of the StrawberryShortcake Strawberry Jams soundtrack CD lacks the final two tracks of the US version (Friendship Grows (Like a Flower) and the closing theme) for some reason.

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* The Malaysian release of the StrawberryShortcake WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake Strawberry Jams soundtrack CD lacks the final two tracks of the US version (Friendship Grows (Like a Flower) and the closing theme) for some reason.
18th Apr '17 11:34:46 AM faunas
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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with Creator/TCM.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; at first it was CN during daytime and Creator/{{TNT}} at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.

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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with Creator/TCM.Creator/{{TCM}}.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; at first it was CN during daytime and Creator/{{TNT}} at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.
18th Apr '17 11:33:37 AM faunas
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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; at first it was CN during daytime and Creator/{{TNT}} at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.

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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM.Creator/TCM.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; at first it was CN during daytime and Creator/{{TNT}} at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.
18th Apr '17 11:32:33 AM faunas
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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; at first it was CN during daytime and Creator/TNT at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.

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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; at first it was CN during daytime and Creator/TNT Creator/{{TNT}} at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.
18th Apr '17 11:31:16 AM faunas
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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.

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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM.[[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; at first it was CN during daytime and Creator/TNT at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed; TCM no longer airs.
18th Apr '17 11:20:53 AM faunas
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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM. Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed.

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** Portugal got hit with something similar: the network was entirely in English (most likely British) and it only played half-time due to sharing a block with TCM. [[note]]This was a [[TheArtifact holdover]] from the early days of both Cartoon Network (CN) and TCM in Europe: the former would air during daytime and the latter at night after signoff, in the same way that in America CN becomes Creator/AdultSwim at night; both aired in English. One by one, each European country got its own CN and TCM. The last holdout was Portugal, which had to wait until 2013. Another setback of this state of affairs was that, after the other versions went on air, there stopped being an actual signoff: CN randomly became TCM at the designated time just by cutting the CN broadcast, which sometimes ended in the middle of a show, and TCM also started in the same fashion, in the middle of its broadcast with some films cut.[[/note]] Now it plays full time and all its shows are dubbed.dubbed; TCM no longer airs.
18th Apr '17 2:52:36 AM RAMChYLD
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* Creator/{{Netflix}} often receives grief for region-locking content on its service, which often isn't warranted given the strict constraints of third party content licensing, and for charging the same price in every country, which may be a more fair complaint. There was much outcry when Netflix effort to block proxying and region workarounds. That said, the majority of "Netflix Original" content isn't region-locked, and is completely uncensored in every country, and Netflix is available to nearly every country in the world, so as their focus changes to original content this criticism has begun to recede.

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* Creator/{{Netflix}} often receives grief for region-locking content on its service, which often isn't warranted given the strict constraints of third party content licensing, and for charging the same price in every country, which may be a more fair complaint. There was much outcry when Netflix stepped up their effort to block proxying and region workarounds. That said, the majority of "Netflix Original" content isn't region-locked, and is completely uncensored in every country, and Netflix is available to nearly every country in the world, so as their focus changes to original content this criticism has begun to recede.recede.
* Series/DoctorWho Series 10, in Singapore and Malaysia, will only be available on the [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] Player service and will likely not be screened on BBC First due to the portrayal of the first Lesbian companion despite the move limiting the availability of the show. This is not the fault of the BBC, as Malaysia and Singapore have blue-nosed censorship boards that have very strict codes on the portrayal of LGBT characters on TV and in cinemas, but are more relaxed with online streaming services.
17th Apr '17 5:41:40 PM Golondrina
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* Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}: In many, many other countries with stricter censorship codes, the sex scenes were completely cut from the film while scenes with anyone's penis visible used a earlier take where the CGI penises had not yet been rendered into the scenes (yes, most of the penises were CGI) or in the rare case of real penises, used alternative takes with the penis not visible, this despite the film already being rated to be for adults only to begin with. On the other hand, this is a better option compared to BannedInChina in many ways, and the excessive violence, expletives and crude humor are still left in uncut.

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* Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}: ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'': In many, many other countries with stricter censorship codes, the sex scenes were completely cut from the film while scenes with anyone's penis visible used a earlier take where the CGI penises had not yet been rendered into the scenes (yes, most of the penises were CGI) or in the rare case of real penises, used alternative takes with the penis not visible, this despite the film already being rated to be for adults only to begin with. On the other hand, this is a better option compared to BannedInChina in many ways, and the excessive violence, expletives and crude humor are still left in uncut.



* ''{{Netflix}}'' often receives grief for region-locking content on its service, which often isn't warranted given the strict constraints of third party content licensing, and for charging the same price in every country, which may be a more fair complaint. There was much outcry when Netflix effort to block proxying and region workarounds. That said, the majority of "Netflix Original" content isn't region-locked, and is completely uncensored in every country, and Netflix is available to nearly every country in the world, so as their focus changes to original content this criticism has begun to recede.

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* ''{{Netflix}}'' Creator/{{Netflix}} often receives grief for region-locking content on its service, which often isn't warranted given the strict constraints of third party content licensing, and for charging the same price in every country, which may be a more fair complaint. There was much outcry when Netflix effort to block proxying and region workarounds. That said, the majority of "Netflix Original" content isn't region-locked, and is completely uncensored in every country, and Netflix is available to nearly every country in the world, so as their focus changes to original content this criticism has begun to recede.
8th Apr '17 5:27:38 PM LucaEarlgrey
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