I guess part of it was that Japan lost a world war in the 1940s while it was allied with a country whose ruling party had a swastika for a logo, and Japan doesn't want to be associated with that anymore.koitsu wrote:Sadly, Japan gave in to this idiocy with their tourist maps, which just goes to show how overly sensitive people are.
The old story is on my website, though you may have to look at the revision history of a redirect.koitsu wrote:This is a very different situation compared to, say, Tepples' game called Concentration Room, which was originally named Concentration Camp.
EDIT: A pitch for a Concentration Room sequel used to be here. I removed it for not being pertinent to Rodas Cross. I personally strongly oppose the values of the antagonist in the pitch, just as I strongly oppose the values of the organization that is the antagonist of Id Software's Wolfenstein 3D.