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Why do kids' anime sometimes have these warnings before the episode?

I've never seen them on an American kids' show and it just seems odd that they have to tell kids this. Are they still freaking out about that Pokemon seizure incident?
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Because Japan actually cares about their children's eyesight. Nintendo puts the warning in their vidya as well.
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>Are they still freaking out about that Pokemon seizure incident?
I'm pretty sure they have laws about that shit.
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>Are they still freaking out about that Pokemon seizure incident?
Yes. That's why you see weird desaturated action scenes in your late-night chinese cartoons.
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Damn you porygon



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