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By Spencer . August 8, 2011 . 2:40am
Square Enix noted the Japanese version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution has a few edits from the North American release.
During one cutscene a character’s organs are exposed and a sexual object was removed from one of the game’s fields. Both of these cuts were made because display of this material is prohibited in Japan. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is still rated CERO Z in Japan, which is similar to an adult’s only rating in the United States.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution comes out on September 8, two weeks after its launch in North America. The Japanese version has a little extra content on disc. The pre-order bonuses, weapons and additional missions, will be included in the Japanese release. Square Enix also added an English voice track as a bonus for the PlayStation 3 version only. Neither version has English text, however.