Team Meat Could Bring The Binding Of Isaac To Playstation Platforms
Published on Wednesday, 29 February 2012 23:11
Following yesterday’s news about Nintendo blocking The Binding of Isaac from a 3DS release due to its religious content, Team Meat told Joystiq it was turning to PlayStation platforms for a console release. When asked for their opinion about Nintendo’s decision, Edward McMillen confirmed it wouldn’t affect their relationship with Nintendo, while also adding the following:
"a bit primitive to ’censor’ something due to religion, but it’s [Nintendo’s] platform and their choice on what they want to support."
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