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** The game is also banned / "indexed" in Germany.

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** The game is also banned / "indexed" in Germany.Germany.
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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Australia]]: The trailer for 'Riptide'' was pulled from Australian television, not because of the couple's suicide but because of the logo, which depicted a man hanging from a noose tied to a tree (even though the first game didn't have a problem with showing that; in America, the man hanging from a noose was changed to a zombie standing by a tree). The collector's edition, which included a woman's limbless, headless, mutilated corpse was also condemned for being misogynistic and banned.

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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Australia]]: The trailer for 'Riptide'' was pulled from Australian television, not because of the couple's suicide but because of the logo, which depicted a man hanging from a noose tied to a tree (even though the first game didn't have a problem with showing that; in America, the man hanging from a noose was changed to a zombie standing by a tree). The collector's edition, which included a woman's limbless, headless, mutilated corpse was also condemned for being misogynistic and banned.banned.
** The game is also banned / "indexed" in Germany.

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* [[BannedInChina Banned In Australia]]: The trailer for 'Riptide'' was pulled from Australian television, not because of the couple's suicide but because of the logo, which depicted a man hanging from a noose tied to a tree (even though the first game didn't have a problem with showing that; in America, the man hanging from a noose was changed to a zombie standing by a tree). The collector's edition, which included a woman's limbless, headless, mutilated corpse was also condemned for being misogynistic and banned.

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