Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Censored
A cautious gamer found a slight audio censorship in the recently released cartoon hack & slay game Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon because I DON'T KNOW!
In a rendered sequence, the characters Flame Princess and Princess Bubblegum engage in a heated discussion and Princess Bubblegum uses the word "tart" there. It seems that the developers found this to be too rude for the EU version and muted or "skipped" it. Oddly enough, the US version does not have this alteration (and that's a surprise considering how touchy the subject of crude language is in US media in general). Of course, this poses the question whether there might be other censorship in the EU version, as well.
As of right now, we can confirm that the word has indeed been avoided in the EU version, as you can see in this Youtube video (said scene starts at timecode 0:42):
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