Look, I'm as anti-content-removal as anyone, but if you can't see a reason for console makers to police what they allow on their platform, you're too far gone already. Console companies have public images that are in large part based on the games available for their systems. If public opinion starts to consider a console synonymous with a specific kind of content, that plays a serious role on who buys that console.
yeah I can understand why. I understand the logic. I just don't think it should be that way. I think the argument is flawed. It's like when web domains remove websites that they don't politically align with. Who actually thinks the domain registrar is supporting the ideals? They merely provide a service. I know some people are gonna say that it's their platform and they can do what they want and yeah you're right, but that's not how things should be in my opinion. I want a console that's an open platform, personally.