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The seventeen years old ban over the video game Doom has finally been lifted in Germany. The ban was lifted during a meeting on August 31. The game was banned as it was believed that it was sending wrong message to the kids.
There are two versions of the game, Doom and Doom II, the ban has only been lifted from Doom version and not from Doom II. It has been informed that the Doom II version carries Nazi sign, which could mislead young minds.
Recommendations have been sent to the game software maker to revise its drawbacks so that the game could be enjoyed by the kids. However, the software manufacturer, Bundesprufstelle informed that the sign or titles are just graphic and can't cause harm.
It has been unveiled that the game depicts violence as throughout the game the players shoot the object. Denying the allegations imposed upon it, the game spokesperson said that the graphics shown in the game are neither against human nature nor provoking. Because of the 17 years of ban the game has become a historical value and kids are less interested in playing it, says game spokesperson. Moreover, it has been reported that the game will be sold to kids who are above 16.