This is a list of video games that have been censored or banned by governments of various states in the world. Governments that have banned video games have been criticized for a correlated increase in digital piracy , limiting business opportunities and violating rights. Brazil has banned many video games since , mainly due to depictions of violence and cruelty,  making it illegal to distribute and otherwise sell these games. Additionally, the Brazilian advisory rating system requires that all video games be rated by the organization, where unrated video games are banned from being sold in Brazil. Often, bans do not extend to digital platforms.
Sex and nudity in video games
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Over the course of the God of War Series , excluding God of War: Betrayal and God of War , Kratos comes across multiple naked or topless women in various locations. By approaching these women, he can engage in off-screen sex by performing a minigame. Doing it correctly will release Red Orbs , and result in the women commending Kratos' abilities. The most known woman that Kratos has sex with is Aphrodite , the Goddess of love. The Attica twins had apparently been threatened and forced to remain in the room. During the sexual act, a candle can be seen moving around, reacting to Kratos' and the twins' actions. In God of War , two women are seen in Kratos's bedchambers of his ship.
God of War (series)
God of War 5 is definitely going to happen, it's just a matter of waiting until it's officially announced. Sony Santa Monica's God of War video game franchise is one of the PlayStation's biggest first-party franchises, something that started all the way back on the PlayStation 2 in - and it has continued in some form ever since. The latest God of War installment stepped away from Greek mythology and put the focus on Norse mythology. And considering how critically and commercially successful 's God of War was , which has since become a representation for the perseverance of single-player games, another sequel is all but confirmed.
Unlike previous games, which were loosely based on Greek mythology , this installment is rooted in Norse mythology , with the majority of it set in ancient Norway in the realm of Midgard. For the first time in the series, there are two protagonists: Kratos , the former Greek God of War who remains the only playable character , and his young son Atreus; at times, the player may passively control him. Following the death of Kratos' second wife and Atreus' mother, they journey to fulfill her request that her ashes be spread at the highest peak of the nine realms. Kratos keeps his troubled past a secret from Atreus, who is unaware of his divine nature. Along their journey, they encounter monsters and gods of the Norse world.