Super Real Mahjong PV was recently brought onto the Nintendo Switch eShop in Japan, but there has been a slight snag. By which we mean that it has been removed from the eShop due to some scenes in the game having insufficient censorship with actual nudity appearing in the game at points.
According to a notice from the publisher, Mighty Craft, Nintendo temporarily removed Super Real Mahjong PV from the eShop due to some scenes with insufficient censorship as the reason. This is something that was also pointed out by Japanese entertainment rating organization CERO (Computer Entertainment Rating Organization).
The publisher says it is currently working on checking and revising the entire game, and are getting ready to have it reviewed by Nintendo. After passing Nintendo’s inspection, they expect to release a patch to revise the game. We have seen the footage in question, and there are occasions in which the light rays that are forming the actual censorship of the CGs are too thin and don’t adequately cover the scenes.
We’ve linked a gameplay video below, and cannot stress more that it is NSFW, but what do you think? Was this sufficient grounds for the game being rescinded? Would you grab the game if it came out on Western shores? Let us know in the comments, or on Twitter and Facebook, and check back for more coverage of Japanese titles.
Super Real Mahjong PV is available for Nintendo Switch in Japan.
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