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The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is coming to the New 3DS and the Wii U this summer, but there was a time when this seemed like nothing but a pipe dream, due to Nintendo not wanting the game on the eShop.

Blocking a game from sale, either because of an AO rating or some other reason, is the most effective way to try to censor a game developer. When it’s a chain store like Target taking an older game like GTA V off the shelf, it’s not really a big deal. However, it’s a different story when a console holder like Nintendo blocks the one and only path a game has towards being produced on a console. Situations like these more resemble outright censorship.

Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Aime might agree with that statement. According to an exclusive interview between’s Jonathan Holmes and Isaac creator Edmund McMillen, Reggie was in support for…

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