The lights are on
State of Decay developer Undead Labs says it has re-submitted the game to the Australian Classification Board for rating after making a few changes.
Last week it was reported that the game was denied classification due to what the board deemed was "drug use related to incentives or rewards."
Now the developer says it's made some changes and expects for the title to be rated by the board. A Facebook post from Undead Labs reads: "Australians, I can OFFICIALLY tell you that the special edition of the game is now in the hands of your review board. Stimulants out! 'Supplements' in! Who could possibly not like vitamins? They're good for you. Anyway, we're feeling pretty optimistic about our chances."
For more on the game, take a look at Joe's review.
[Source: Facebook via Joystiq]
Our TakeI'm not exactly privy to how the Australian Classification Board works, but it's good to hear that the feedback it gives to developers regarding the submission process is specific enough that changes like this can be made.
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