Video game porn has been a topic of debate for quite some time, as gamers, fans, and critics alike have grappled with the issue.

Now, however, the game industry itself is taking a stand on the issue, by releasing a statement condemning the phenomenon.

In a statement issued to Game Informer, the makers of Civilization V, an online role-playing game, and World of Warcraft, an MMORPG, both issued a statement against the practice.

The statement reads, “As you know, we are constantly working to improve the game, but in recent months, we have noticed an increase in cases of players, or viewers, of our games viewing and downloading porn.

We want to let you know that we are aware of this issue and are working hard to fix it.”

While the statement is a fairly direct statement against porn, it does contain some rather troubling statements about the potential dangers that it could pose to players, including:”We are aware that some people may view or download inappropriate content.

As such, we ask that you respect the privacy of the people you play with and our players.””

We have a strong anti-porn campaign on our site, and we have removed links to pornographic sites.

Please keep in mind that all links are to a site that may be owned by another company or third-party.

We also have an ongoing investigation into this matter and are actively working to ensure that we do not break the law.”

It is clear from the statement that the developers of these games are concerned about potential liability and the potential repercussions that they could face if their content is viewed by people who do not share their values.

It also notes that the companies will not be taking action against players for the conduct they have observed, but that they will be working to address the issue on their end.

This article was originally published on April 13, 2018.

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