The Callisto Protocol has been suspended in Japan after the developers refused to make changes to the rating table | Job Binary

Callisto Protocol (Opens in a new tab), the juicy, goopy space horror game from former Dead Space developers, has been canceled in Japan following a thumbs-down from the country’s Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (CERO). In a statement posted on Twitter, the game’s team says it will cancel the Japanese version of the game entirely, rather than make the necessary changes to calm the rating board.

The statement is understandably in Japanese, but we can provide a basic translation. It says: “The Japanese version of Kalisto Protocol has been discontinued. Currently, it cannot pass the CERO rating,” before saying that the team decided that making changes to CERO “would not provide the experience players expect,” so the game will not be released in Japan.

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