Saya no Uta coming out on Steam this month

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#1 by koyomiuwu
2019-07-21 at 19:00
As some of you might know JAST announced at AX 2019 that Saya no Uta will be getting a remaster and that it will be released on Steam. Do you think it could get released without any censorship or we'll need a patch for it?
#2 by ramaladni
2019-07-21 at 19:04
I hope they do it the Subahibi way, if it's to be censored at all. Making an all-ages version of Saya no Uta is completely ridiculous.
#3 by koyomiuwu
2019-07-21 at 19:36
@2 That's what i thought. JAST actually does that most of the time but you have to buy the patches (Well you can easily find the patches somewhere else if you look hard enough but still)Last modified on 2019-07-21 at 19:36
#4 by ramaladni
2019-08-08 at 10:41

This version of Saya no Uta ~ The Song of Saya has been edited for release on Steam."

I wonder what this could be mean... Also, they didn't fix the names.
#5 by tonk82
2019-08-08 at 16:39
I think this is the full statement: link

However, given the sexual themes in the original release, some content deemed unsuitable for Steam has been removed in this release of The Song of Saya.

For those who want the whole experience, the uncut remastered version of The Song of Saya will also be available for purchase in both digital and collector's disc versions from JAST USA and other fine stores. For current owners of the original 2013 English release of The Song of Saya, there is more good news. JAST USA is releasing an update patch that will apply all the above upgrades to their existing game as a free download available at the JAST USA website.
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#6 by koyomiuwu
2019-08-09 at 12:26
There will also be an "steamy" patch.
#7 by ramaladni
2019-08-11 at 10:17

>Saya no Uta is an effective work of horror written by Gen Urobuchi (of Psycho-Pass, Fate/Zero, and Madoka Magica fame), but it's let down by some out-of-place hentai scenes that feel like they were inserted because it was was released by Nitroplus, and that's what they're known for. The kind of dudes who call everyone else "normies" think these scenes are essential, but for the rest of us they're out of place.

>I don't think it was the sex scene per se, but the fact that the sex scene involved a character drawn to look like a child, thus making it look like child pornography. (I trust you're okay with people being offended by child pornography.)

Well, these were the kind of comments I expected.
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