Resident Evil Village won't have decapitations in Japan
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Resident Evil Village won’t have decapitations in Japan

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In keeping with rules set by the national ratings board CERO, Resident Evil Village won’t have decapitations in Japan, and it will be less bloody. That’s according to a statement on Capcom’s support page, which was neatly translated and summarised by this tweet.

Capcom’s own announcement, very roughly translated by Google, confirms that two versions of RE: Village will release in Japan. This isn’t uncommon: the CERO Z version cannot be purchased by under-18s and is more explicit, while the CERO D version cannot be purchased by under-17s and will feature less graphic violence. Both will lack decapitations, and both will lack unspecified scenes that will appear elsewhere in the world.



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