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Square Enix has announced a delay to the release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution in Japan just a couple of days before its planned release on Thursday, reports Adrian Sang, saying the Japanese release of the action/RPG sequel is delayed to "October" (Thursday is in October, but obviously it will be later than that). They explain that Square Enix discovered an area in the game that "shows expressions forbidden by the Japanese games ratings board," apparently visual in nature, and confined to one area of the game. What the offending visuals consist of is not specified. Thanks MCV.
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