As much as I agree that there is a weird distinction in which is acceptable in America versus which is considered too obscene for mass consumption, the MK11 point is about violence while the DOA stuff is about sex. I don't believe there's any content in MK11 that would violate Sony's rules because the rules are about sex. The fact that the violence is males hurting females is actually a gross misrepresentation of the actual product. There is male/male and female/female violence as well. There's no sexism point to be made about MK11's violence. Conversely, I don't know how much of the argument about DOA even revolves around the sexism part of it, since men are shown in similar contexts. That said, the focus is DEFINITELY on the women as sexual objects, there are very few male characters compared to the women, and the discussion here seems almost exclusively focused on present company being upset about the toned-down sexual representation of the female characters. On that note, I wonder how much uproar we'd see here if DOA removed a penis from the American release, versus just some lotion items?