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Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors will not release in Germany

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Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors will not release in Germany

Unfortunately it seems that the Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle (USK), the German videogames rating board, have decided not to give Criminal Girls 2: Party Favours a rating, meaning that the title will not be sold or advertised in Germany.

NIS America seem to have tried to do everything in their power to bring Party Favours to their German fanbase by stating that ‘We have filed an official objection requesting a rating for the game, but the USK has stood firm in their refusal citing the potential for the game to qualify as “content severely harmful to minors” which could violate certain clauses of the German penal law‘.NIS go on to explain that the ‘German Penal Law dictates that a game cannot be rated if the panel of experts suspects that the content would fall within the purview of these laws‘.

“We have filed an official objection requesting a rating for the game, but the USK has stood firm in their refusal citing the potential for the game to qualify as “content severely harmful to minors” which could violate certain clauses of the German penal law. German Penal Law dictates that a game cannot be rated if the panel of experts suspects that the content would fall within the purview of these laws. (More information from Germany’s Federal Review Board for Media Harmful to Minors)

We will still be releasing Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors in other regions for Europe carrying a PEGI 16 rating on September 23, and in North America with an M rating on September 20.”

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