This is a list of all of the video games, TV shows, movies, objects, books and drugs that are banned by the Government of El Kadsre. Though it is illegal to sell or disturbute movies, video games or books that are banned in El Kadsre but it is still legal to own a copy.
Video games, movies or books have been previously banned can be unbanned upon an appeals process if they change or remove the offending content.
Offenses vary from a 12 hour jail sentence to a 5 year jail sentence for the most severe ban offenses.
Ban list Edit
|Name||Date of ban||Type||Reason and/or notes|
|The Seven Lady Godivas||November 26th, 1939||Book||The first ban ever in El Kadsre, at the time El Kadsre doesn't exist and Sentan occupies El Kadsre's land. It was banned due to the main characters being naked women.|
|Thalidomide||December 31, 1969||Drug||The first ban after the establishment of the Vlokozu Union. The drug was banned due to its effects.|
|The Clockwork Orange||January 13, 1972||Movie||Banned due to its extreme depictions of violence and rape. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted.|
|Pink Flamingos||1972||Movie||Banned due to explicit sexual content.|
|Vase de Noces||November 30, 1975||Movie||Banned because of obscenity and graphic depictions of bestiality and other content that is offensive and abhorrent.|
|"10"||1979||Movie||Banned due to use of nudity shown in the feature.|
|Cannibal Holocaust||September 28, 1983||Movie||Banned due to explicit gore/gruesome scenes. The ban was lifted in 1986 after EKFGR introduced the R20 rating. The cut version is rated R18 while the uncut is rated R20.|
|Typical Life in the Vlokozu Union||January 2, 1987||Short film||While the film was finished 7 days before the ban and it was Vlokozu Union, it was banned due to depiction of drugs. The ban is lifted in 1988 thanks to the negative depiction of drugs.|
|Action 52||1991||Video game||Banned because of two unreadable games. The ROM is not banned because it fixed that issue.|
|Touhou 7: Perfect Cherry Blossom||1993||Video game||Recalled after one of El TV Kadsre's staff encountered Yukari Yakumo's spell card Bewitching Butterfly Living in the Zen Temple, which depicted a swastika. El TV Kadsre staff told Drillimation that this was inappropriate for a child-friendly game.|
|Killer Minecraft: Immaterial and Missing Power||1994||Video game||Recalled due to a glitch found in-game with Kagami. EK stopped allowing used of the game while an update had to be issued to correct it.|
|Dennō Senshi Porygon||December 16, 1997||TV series episode||Banned because of it causing seizures to more than 600 children in Japan. The episode was never aired in El Kadsre.|
|To Heart||1998||Video game||While it was the first Drillimation game to be developed by Rareware, it was banned because the main goal of the game was the main character, Hiroyuki, had to lose his virginity and has seven days to do it. It was implied that Hiroyuki could have sex with a high school student (the screen blacks out during sexual acts, although moaning sounds can be heard). The game was heavily censored in the United States so it can receive the Teen rating from the ESRB. The ban was lifted after Rareware was purchased by Microsoft in 2002 and received an Xbox release.|
|Touhou 12: Undefined Fantastic Object||1999||Video game||Recalled due to a glitch in the N64 and PC versions where the game would randomly crash whenever hitting 1 million points.
This was caused due to issues with RAM, and since Drillimation could not fix the issue, they decided to have the RAM Expansion Pak packaged with the N64 version.
|Conker's Bad Fur Day||October 2001||Video game||Banned due to its "over-the-top" and "lewd" humor, especially for a family-friendly console.|
|Cocaine||December 31, 2002||Drug||Banned in order to control the 5% portion of El Kadsre's population which was OD'd of cocaine (from total 10% of cocaine addicts, mainly in the English-speaking world of El Kadsre).|
|Manhunt||June 2004||Video game||Banned due to extreme violence and gore, and was most likely banned due to fears of reenactments by El Kadsreian citizens, and most likely due to fears of shootings occurring at retail stores.|
|Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas||2004||Video game||Banned due to the Hot Coffee mod, after realizing the game could be modified to find it. The game was reissued with the Hot Coffee mod completely removed and the ban was lifted.|
|Blaupunkt bunny commercial||July 1, 2005||TV commercial||This relates to a commercial with two stuffed animals having sex, which appeared on DVDs in El Kadsre after it was banned on television. After it aired from June 15 to July 1, 2005 on El Kadsreian television, it got numerous complaints regarding sex and zoophilia. For the last time, it aired on July 1, 2005, at 11:54pm on Viva, and after that it was banned.|
|Lula3D||2005||Video game||Banned due to overly negative reviews and its pornographic content.|
|The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)||August 23, 2012||Movie||Banned due to "Offensive" depictions of violence and high impact cruelty. The censored version of the film is allowed and it was rated R18 while the uncut version is banned in the country.|
|Yandere Simulator||2014||Video game||Banned due to the game's over-the-top extreme violence, especially in a school setting, has ignited anger among teachers and staff in El Kadsreian schools. Parents were afraid that school shootings like this would occur if their kids did so. Yandere Simulator also sparked controversy after the game allegedly inspired a teenager to commit a murder.|
|(Un)Happy Camper!||August 3, 2015||TV series episode||Banned due to an inappropriate exposure of a woman.|
|Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot||August 25, 2015||Children's book||Banned due to a homosexual couple with the character Harold Hutchins and his husband. 2 weeks after the book was banned, all other books were recalled from libraries due to their strong toilet humor.|
|Why all El Kadsreians are mad?||September 1, 2015||Documentary||A forty-five minute documentary related to the anti-child abuse campaign made by the El Kadsreian government in 2011. It was said to be the best documentary ever created in EK, but it was banned due to gross violence scenes. The cause of the ban was not made by the El Kadsreian government, but despite that, the flagship channel of the national broadcaster El TV Kadsre 2 aired the documentary a day later. Viewing this documentary outside El Kadsre.|
|Mobile phone||September 1, 2015||Portable item||Only banned in schools. All mobile phones are banned in all El Kadsreian primary schools, except for El Kadsreian high schools, universities and students who wish to use the mobile phone with silent mode on, and to keep it out of sight from students and teachers. Currently, only teachers and the principal, are allowed to use a mobile phone in a El Kadsre school in all times. The reason for this was for security reasons, to avoid noise and to avoid theft.|
|Hatred||2015||Video game||Was banned and could not get a rating due to extreme violence and gore, as well as the promotion of terrorism and neo-Nazi beliefs.|
|Proxy||March 14, 2016||Internet item||Only banned in primary schools, it was banned because students were using them to bypass school web filters, mainly to use social networking websites and accessing blacklisted websites at school.|