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Taiwanese horror game pulled from sale again after backlash in China

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December 17, 2020 at 07:00AM

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Devotion first caused controversy in 2019 after gamers found poster seeming to insult Xi Jinping

An award-winning Taiwanese horror game was removed from storefronts by the beleaguered developer CD Projekt Red amid a backlash from Chinese gamers, hours after it was put on sale.

Devotion, a PC game that chronicles the life of a Taiwanese family in a religious cult in the 1980s, was released to critical acclaim in February 2019. But shortly after release, Chinese players found a poster hanging in the apartment that serves as the games’ setting that said “Xi Jinping Winnie-the-Pooh moron”.

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