The military base, which is the reason I am living here in England, has many things that are in place to make soldiers, government workers, and other such contractors feel more comfortable and at home in a country that just isn't American enough. One of the said things is the Military Exchange that sells most everything in order to facilitate the desires of those people living here so they don't have to order everything online that'd be compatible with their anything. So I went in, hoping to pick myself up a copy of the most popular and apparently well revered games of now times (thus why it's currently inundating this site's forums like a locust plague) and found that there was not a copy on the racks. I assumed that they simply had sold out already because all the people I met while I worked in this store, all the customers and seven foot tall muscular miltary folk had said to me that they were waiting with great anticipation the game, so I thought nothing of it and asked the manager when they might get new copies in informed me. They would never get new copies in, and they hadn't gotten any in before. I asked why and was informed that only this particular store in the chain of all the military exchanges had decided that the game's reputation simply disallowed it from being stocked. I happen to know quite well that the managers of the store know absolutely nothing about what will sell, hence why there's still twenty copies of the Beowulf game, but the reason they refuse to stock it is because of its naughty reputation, not because they're stupid and ill informed, it really blew my mind. That's it, they're simply afraid that the game is so terribly evil the store may also be evil. This is despite the fact that the store sells a high quantity of porn and the most recently retarded violent action movie probably starring Dolph Lundgren, and has absolutely no moral quarrels with doing so before. It's simply because this game has blown their balls of stupidity. It's really quite hard to understand, because everyone that must go onto the military base requires identification with their date of birth clearly on it, so refusing to sell to minors is easily done, so they'd likely be selling it to soldiers that are definetely old enough, and I simply can't understand what they're worried about. Oh god, oh god, the soldiers might become violent! So, in the end I was simply pointed towards the internet site in which to order the game, which was counteractive to what the store's supposed to be about. I simply wanted to note that censorship is awesome and although I'm rather sure that the same locust plague I mentioned for this site will soon be released on the store by people pissed they have to wait, and it might change, but the fact that they even tried to stop it being sold blew my balls off. I'd order it, yeah, but I don't want to pay from fifteen to fifty dollars (Amazon's batshit crazy) just to own a game that's already sixty. I give a meh to the situation, an A+ of a meh.