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  • Blog Post: Hotline Miami 2 Denied Classification In Australia, Devolver Responds

    Yesterday, the Australian Classification Board refused to classify Dennaton Games’ Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. This effectively bans the game in the land down under. The reasoning for the decision is as follows, according to the ratings board: The computer game is classified RC in accordance... More
  • Blog Post: State Of Decay Being Re-Submitted To Australian Ratings Board

    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."... More
  • Blog Post: Retro Studios Not Developing Donkey Kong Country Returns For 3DS

    We learned in February that the top-notch Wii DK sequel, Donkey Kong Country Returns, will be coming to the 3DS this summer. Now we've learned the developer of the Wii game, Retro Studios, isn't working on the 3DS version. Instead, the 3DS adaptation is being handled by Monster Games, the same... More
  • Blog Post: Australian Parliament Passes R18+ Gaming Bill

    For years it's been a running joke that whenever a ESRB mature-rated game would come out here, you'd be sure to hear how it was banned in Australia. That will change now that both the Australian House and Senate have passed a bill that would create an R18+ ratings category for video games, essentially... More
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