Fallout and Fallout 2 - Children were removed from gameplay in the UK and German versions of the games. The graphical portrayal of character deaths is affected by the reduction of violence options in Game Options. Fan made patches are available to restore the European versions of the games to the same level as the uncut US version.
Command and Conquer Generals - In the censored German version, civilians were removed from urban levels, all troops were altered to look like robots, and the "terrorist" suicide bomber was replaced with a barrel loaded with bombs on wheels. It is also banned in China for a depiction of a nuclear terrorist attack on Tiananmen Square, though the game, for the most part, actually glorified the Chinese military.
Left 4 Dead 2 - In Australia, the game was originally banned due to the high levels of violence in the gameplay. Valve then submitted a 'censored' version of the game, which no longer contained images of "decapitation, dismemberment, wound detail or piles of dead bodies". The game received the MA15+ rating (the highest possible rating in Australia), and was allowed to be released in the Australian Market.
The Witcher - In America the cards the player is given no longer have nudity showing.