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* [[BannedInChina Banned in Germany]]: A major objection was that corpses are still physics-enabled objects, offending Germany's many zombies. This explains why ''Crysis'' has enemy ragdoll physics disable themselves almost immediately on death and why ''Far Cry 2's'' animals behave like they're filled with helium.

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* [[BannedInChina Banned in Germany]]: A major objection was that corpses are still physics-enabled objects, offending Germany's many zombies. This explains why ''Crysis'' ''VideoGame/{{Crysis}}'' has enemy ragdoll physics disable themselves almost immediately on death and why ''Far Cry 2's'' ''VideoGame/FarCry2's'' animals behave like they're filled with helium.


* KillerApp: 730000 units of the game were sold within four months of release. It also caused a surge of sales of NVIDIA [=GeForce=] 3 graphics processing units to make the game work at full potential.

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* KillerApp: 730000 units of the game were sold within four months of release. It also caused a surge of sales of NVIDIA [=GeForce=] 3 graphics processing units to make sure the game work works at full potential.


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%%* KillerApp* KillerApp: 730000 units of the game were sold within four months of release. It also caused a surge of sales of NVIDIA [=GeForce=] 3 graphics processing units to make the game work at full potential.


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* [[BannedInChina Banned in Germany]]: A major objection was that corpses are still physics-enabled objects, offending Germany's many zombies. This explains why ''Crysis'' has enemy ragdoll physics disable themselves almost immediately on death and why ''Far Cry 2's'' animals behave like they're filled with helium.
** Kinda ironic, considering that it was made by a German developer. However, a censored (but still quite bloody) version is sold freely in Germany.
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