Tekken Tag Tournament 2: DLC Censored Afterwards
Well, that fits with our news on Call of Duty 2.
Even though Tekken Tag Tournament 2 has been released earlier in September for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, its developers didn't go on vacation but created some free DLC packs to please Tekken fans some more.
The first DLC pack was released on October 9th, 2012, and includes a new fighting stage, among others. The stage in question is a fighting arena in Saudi Arabia that prompted a Muslim gamer called iSymbiox to contact game developer Katsuhiro Harada in the name of all Muslims worldwide. He posted a screenshot (see below) and demanded an explanation why the word "Allah" can be seen on the floor. According to his interpretation, the fighters would kick him with their feet.
Even before Harada could respond, the gamer added that he wanted the word removed since it would offend all Muslims. Shortly after that, Harada apologized and explained that he couldn't read the word since it is written in Arabic. He promised that it will be removed as soon as possible.
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Release: Oct 25, 2012 - Author: DarkChojin - Translator: Mike Lowrey - Source: Twitter
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