Crunchyroll Censors “Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? MEMORIA FREESE”
Written by Flamecaster, edited by Otaku Apologist
Hestia is the sexy goddess from “Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?” Coming from a popular light novel by the same name that later got turned into a manga, and an anime in 2015, her series has garnered a fair amount of popularity. You can imagine how quickly this youthful, voluptuous anime goddess acquired all her popularity. People want to fuck her hard, with titty fucking and anal being some of the most popular fetishes that fan artists depict her doing during fucktime.
Now only three years later Hestia is still getting fucked up the ass, but now in a figurative way.
“DanMachi Memoria Freese”, or “Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? MEMORIA FREESE” is a mobile game adaptation of the above-mentioned light novel series. In the game, you collect a party of adventurers to send them into linear dungeons, where they face various encounters. The game features standard turn-based RPG combat and progression mechanics, similar to early games of the genre. Behind the many battles and quests is a fully voice-acted storyline retelling the events of the anime, as well as completely new content written under the oversight of the light novel author, Fujino Oumori.
The title contains a gacha system. You use resources to “roll” for the chance of collecting new playable characters. The girls have different levels of rarity and power. As you unlock more characters you can also increase your affection with most of them. Click on various parts of their bodies to get cute reactions out of them.
The English version of the game was published by Crunchyroll Games, the game publishing wing of anime streaming service Crunchyroll. The game recently came under a high level of scrutiny. Fans already familiar with the Japanese version of the mobile title learned that the localized version lacks a very important feature: The groping and touching.
According to the official community team’s response on the game’s official subreddit, the feature was removed as a form of appropriation, rather than censorship, which they originally promised to avoid. Players interested in still using the function have been recommended to play the Japanese version of the game instead.
Hi! Official DanMemo Community Team here. The “touching” feature was removed from the English version of the game, yes. Not as a matter of censorship or depriving non-Japanese audiences of anything, but due to what is appropriate and not appropriate for English audiences. Hope that answers your question!
If you would like that feature, it is still in the Japanese version.
Crunchyroll has proven themselves weak-willed cuck pieces of shit that cave to the globalist agenda, to completely dismantle western cultures. No concession is ever enough for these people, as they work to constantly expand their standard of anti-freedom, anti-free-market censorship. You cannot compromise with any branches of communism, one of them being feminism.
“Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?”, in all of its iterations, is a series that has plenty of fanservice mixed in. A feature like groping and touching completely removed from an erotic game, just to appease people who aren’t even the paying customer base for this game, alienates a fair amount of people that got into “DanMachi” for those exact pervy reasons. Crunchyroll is so deep in their communism, that the only right cause of action is to complain loudly, and boycott them. Not only did the publisher promise to avoid censorship, they also lied about the feature being left intact in a video trailer that promotes the game.