The GoldenEye 007 game released for the Nintendo 64 in 1997, was allowed to be released in Germany after 24 years !!.
It seems that not only do we have national publishers in the field of computers, but the hobby is global. A Nintendo 64 console game, GoldenEye 007, based on the well-known agent James Bond, released in 1997, quickly became one of the most popular games in most parts of the world. However, it was never released in Germany.
Prior to its release, Germany described GoldenEye as a "harmful medium for young people" and included it in a list of toys that were banned from being sold or sold in the country for 25 years. But only 24 years have passed and the game is no longer banned.
It is not accidental. GoldenEye was manually removed from the list, upon request, possibly by Nintendo or a partner.
In a similar set of circumstances, Blood Rayne 1 & 2 were removed from the list when the remasters of the two games, which will be released on November 18, were announced. Unknown though GoldenEye goes for remaster.
Strange things are happening there in Germany.