Gori: Cuddly Carnage is coming to Switch on Aug. 29th, 2024, and it’s bringing with it Gori, his deadly but wise-cracking sentient hoverboard, F.R.A.N.K, and morose A.I companion, CH1-P. Oh, it’s also packing in a ton of blood and guts as well, but not in Japan.

Developers Angry Demon Studio have announced that Gori: Cuddly Carnage will be censored in Japan, with blood being changed from red to purple, and some of the dead bodies will be removed. While most are likely looking forward to the insane amount of gore in Gori: Cuddly Carnage, the devs said if fans around the world would like them to include the censored content as an option, they’ll do so.

Along with the announcement of Japan’s release being censored, the Angry Demon Studio gang also pledged to donate blood to NHSBT Blood Donation services. The team decided to make this move due to them saving so much blood from the Japanese release. While they’re joking about the reason for the donations, their efforts to donate blood are very much real.

Last but not least, we also learned that a demo for Gori: Cuddly Carnage is coming sometime in August. The platforms this demo will be available on weren’t mentioned, so keep fingers and toes crossed for a Switch release.


UPDATE: Following its recent censorship in Japan, Gori: Cuddly Carnage will now be introducing ‘purple juice’ instead of blood in the console versions in China and Korea.

Along with that, anyone who shares selfies of themselves giving blood on X or Instagram, along with hashtag #GorisGotBlood will feature during the game’s credits as ‘lifesavers’. Those interested in donating blood in the UK can find more details at https://www.blood.co.uk. Players in Sweden can donate here and in the US more information is available here.

Together both teams hope that at least whilst the blood may be gone in China, Korea and Japan, there is plenty in Gori: Cuddly Carnage to help save players’ lives.

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