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Super Real Mahjong PV pulled from eShop to improve censorship

The beams of light hiding nudity in the game clearly slipped up in some places, meaning Nintendo pulled it from sale.

You wouldn't have thought Mahjong would be a game in need of censorship, but Super Real Mahjong PV - which started life as a Sega Saturn title - recently released on the Nintendo Switch before having to be pulled from the eShop for censorship reasons, as reported by Hachima (and brought to us in English by Siliconera).

Publisher Mighty Craft revealed the game was removed from Nintendo due to scenes requiring more censorship, with some scenes like topless women needing more cover on the nudity, since the beams of light still showed some NSFW elements underneath.

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