American values as in "nothing sexual, everything violent". Yeah, sexualizing children is not good, but is it good mass murdering an entire city full of innocent people? Nope, but I'm sure that if the next GTAVI releases with water-pistols instead of real guns that can kill, most of the fandom will be pissed. The problem here is not having different values, but forcing the rest of the world to embrace mass murderings because "don't worry, it's not real" but then censoring a sexualised drawing of a 15 years old resembling girl (isn't that fiction as well?). That's arbitrary censorship. I can have games mass murdering people just to have fun because hey, it's fun to kill random people that doesn't pose a thread to me according to the american values, but then hey, you're suuuuuper immoral if you play a game with a 19 years old girl with the body of a 10 years old showing a bit of her ass. Moral debates, of course you don't have to agree with me, it's just my POW on the subject.Can I ask you if murdering innocent people is within your personal values? Because if not, if you can understand that killing a whole city full of innocents in a GTA game doesn't turn you into a mass murderer, then I'm sure you'll understand why a drawing of a 10 year old girl is not the same as sexualizing a real 10 year old girl. Why allow the first and censor the other? If done in real life, what would be worse, a guy spying on little girls and touching himself or a guy grabbing a gun and murdering 1000 innocent people? Yes, I know you'll say that the murderer killing 1000 innocent people is less wrong than the guy spying on the girls, but I don't think that's valid for every other country in the world (japan, for example). I don't have problems with GTA, it's fiction, but for whatever reason japanese games are different and treated as if they were real or something. Regards.