Hellish horror game Agony will be slightly toned down, ‘uncensored’ patch plan dropped | PC Gamer
Agony, based on what we’ve seen of it so far, isn’t so much a horror game as we’ve come to know them—dark corridors and jump scares—as it is straight-up horrific. Everything seems wet and sticky (and not in a good way), there are naked naughty bits all over the place (also not in a good way), and in case you missed it earlier this month, babies get eaten. Lovely stuff.
It’s the sort of in-your-face visual content that sets a regulatory agent’s teeth on edge, and sure enough, developer Madmind Studio said today that it has had to tone things down in order to get a rating from PEGI (Pan European Game Information) and other agencies—but only very slightly, as it turns out.