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Interactivity from certain graphic scenes and references to masturbation were cut.
There were some 'speculations' that it is a decision made by the publisher themselves, so that they could release the game in physical format in retail stores, not Sony.
Turned out that's very wrong. It is due to Sony
Neil Broadhead, marketing head at Wired Productions, told IGN that these changes were made due to talks with Sony itself: "The changes in content were made as a result of conversations with PlayStation in the lead up to our launch.
"Although the changes were not planned and the modifications did result in a slight delay in being able to start production on the physical edition, PlayStation fully supported us to help minimise this delay."
Ratings board the ESRB, rated Martha is Dead M for Mature on all platforms. A spokesperson for the board told IGN that it's unusual for companies like PlayStation to take decisions about what's appropriate into their own hands. They clarified that "platforms and retailers always have the option to make choices about the content they want to offer their consumers," though "situations like this are uncommon".