Wednesday, March 22

What scenes were censored from the video game Martha is Dead? | Digital Trends Spanish

After a few days monopolizing the spotlight for the explicit scenes of human mutilation, the video game Martha is Dead It is available now on PlayStation, Xbox and PC consoles.

However, as developer LKA had announced, the PS5 and PS4 versions of Martha is Dead they were censored due to containing explicit scenes. However, the Xbox and PC versions remain intact.

If you want to know exactly what the censored scenes of the PS5 and PS4 versions were, keep reading, although we warned you, there are spoilers.

As well, the specialized site Video Games Chronicle made a comparison of the PlayStation, Xbox and PC versions of Martha is Dead. In broad strokes, the site describes that LKA removed a scene of facial mutilation—basically you rip the face off a corpse—and another where you cut off Martha’s uterus.

Another of the notable changes, although certainly less explicit, is that the PS5 and PS4 version eliminated all references to masturbatory acts in the chapter called “The Church”.

Also, unlike the PC and Xbox versions of the game, the PlayStation versions add a kind of filter that shows a more censored version of the game.

Martha is Dead is a first-person “dark psychological thriller” set in 1944 Italy, blurring the lines between reality, superstition and the tragedy of war.

On PlayStation and Xbox, the game is priced at $39.99. If you plan to play on PC, on Steam it is priced at $250 Mexican pesos.

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