Agony’s Censored Scenes Are Released in Uncensored Video [NSFW] [UPDATE]

Madmind Studios' survival horror Agony has now had its deleted scenes publicly released after the title launched a few days ago.

on May 31, 2018 10:37 AM

Update #2: Anyone looking to catch the action can view it on Vimeo.

Update: Citing a violation on YouTube’s Content Policy, the hosting site has removed Agony‘s video. We will keep you updated on a mirror when available. The original report follows:


Remember when we reported on Agony developer Madmind Studios having to cancel their planned patch that would unlock the uncensored version of the game? Madmind announced that they were going to release a video with the cut content. That way, players could see what the developer removed in order for the game to launch. Well, they did.

The video (which you can find in a link below) is just under five minutes long. Perhaps the tamest scene in the video is the butt physics. Everything else is very explicit and very NSFW. There’s a scene where the protagonist controls a demon and just wanders around killing weird faced children for example.

The names of the scenes are as follows:

  1. Killing children as a demon
  2. Simulation of butt physics
  3. The raping of succubus
  4. Checking the health of the fetus
  5. Birth of Onoskelis

If you really want to watch the video then you can do so by going here, with the full understanding that the content shouldn’t be watched at your day job. Also, keep in mind that the video may contain some light spoilers. We can’t speak too much to that until we finish the game ourselves.

Agony is no stranger to NSFW content. In fact, the game has used it as their main marketing materials ever since the game was announced.

Agony tells the story of a tortured soul trying to reach the Red Goddess to escape from hell while learning about their past. It has a story mode and a survival mode for players to see how long they can survive against the creatures that lurk in Madmind Studios’ imagining of hell.

Agony is available now on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. It’s available to grab as a physical edition over on Amazon too which you can pick up here.


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Ben Bayliss is a UK based staff writer for DualShockers. He spent over ten years doing media production related projects, and five years as a camera operator/director for live TV. He has been writing about games since 2015 as well as managing gaming websites. Now he's here at DualShockers to provide the latest coverage in gaming news, and more.