South Park: The Stick of Truth (reviewed here) has been delayed in Austria and Germany due to Nazi imagery.
Yes, Nazis from the 1920s co-opted a symbol that, nearly 100 years later was used in a game based on a cartoon. These Nazis lead to governments in two countries most closely associated with Nazis to hold up the game's release until Swastikas are removed. Swastikas can harm your mind you see. A statement has issued by Steam
"The German and Austrian version of South Park: The Stick of Truth
contains an unconstitutional symbol which means that we are unfortunately not able to release the game on the German and Austrian market at this time. This concerns all versions/platforms of the game. There is no need to amend or cancel your pre-order.
"A new release date of South Park: The Stick of Truth
for the German and Austrian market will be announced shortly, and we will ensure that your order is delivered to coincide with this new date.
"We are extremely sorry for the additional waiting time, and thank you for your understanding."
See how the statement manages even to avoid mention of the word "SWASTIKA"? Anyway, the game will release Germany and Austria on March 14th not 6th and you can still beat up small kids in it... as long as you don't show an Unconstitutional Symbol.