The Terminator joke was completely removed, since it depended on the line "Buff you, asshole," and speaking of assholes, the cavemen no longer show you theirs while taunting you. Hell, even the name of the game itself was censored: It was originally Conker: Live & Uncut, but they didn't call it that in the end because, well, it wasn't. As a result, an entire generation of impressionable Ninten-kids with irresponsible parents have probably grown up swearing a blind streak, while a bunch of Xbros are moping sadly to themselves because they had to rely on Halo's voice chat to provide all the squirrel-voiced cuss words.
EA Turns Dungeon Keeper Into A Soulless Mobile Game/Scam
Dungeon Keeper is a beloved 1997 strategy game in which you manage a devil's dungeons by basically being as much of a dick as possible. You control a giant hand that goes around slapping demons to make them work faster, activating deadly traps, and torturing people. It's a lot like The Sims, when played correctly.
You can also unlock DJ mode and drop a sick beat on that death wheel.
Despite its popularity, the game got only one sequel before EA Games bought the company, dissolved it, and sat on its intellectual properties. Cut to 15 years later, when EA realized they had a game where an obviously evil demonic overlord treats its subjects with scorn and disdain and gets away with it, and that for some reason resonated with them. In 2014, they announced a remake and released a trailer -- and sure, it looked a bit cartoony, but everything was there: isometric grid-based views, numerous building elements, slapping minions, etc. And, hey, you can even play it on your mobile device!
Wait, this is an EA staff photo.