News.com writes: "IN a rare partnership, a Christian lobby group and pornography advocates have joined forces to criticise a plan to have public consultation on introducing R18+ video games.
Meeting in Adelaide today, the nation's attorneys-general agreed to ask the public whether an R18+ category for video games should be introduced.
Games which exceed the top MA15+ category cannot be sold in Australia.
If an R18+ class was introduced it would allow adults to play video games involving graphic violence.
The call for public consultation was immediately criticised by both the Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) and the Eros Foundation - a pornography lobby group. "Given what happens with R-rated films, we could have no confidence that the classification guidelines would be properly applied," ACL managing director Jim Wallace said in a statement."