Censorship and Advocacy: Some Lessons from Japan

Room Stockholm
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As video game developers and localisation specialists know very well, different markets have their particular criteria for the rating and censorship of game content. Focusing on Japan, the session explores what constitutes potentially problematic video game content and suggests a re-articulation of video game advocacy with specific reference to censorship. Hosted by Kate Edwards and Tsahi Liberman.

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