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Report: Call of Duty Black Ops' regular version banned in Germany

It's not exactly a shock to hear but Germany's gamers won't be getting the same version of Call of Duty Black Ops as the rest of the world is getting to play. According to German-based site PCGames.de the normal version of the game has been banned for sale in that country.

So what, some of you may ask? All a German gamer has to do is to buy the Treyarch-developed game from another country to get the full effect, right? Nope. Because the PC versions uses Steam for both the digital download and retail versions of the game and in Germany Steam will only approve of that country's local version of the game, not the one from the rest of the world.

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