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Submitted by dotarray 551d ago | news

Saints Row IV banned from sale in Australia

Ladies and gentlemen, those of you who thought the new R18+ rating for video games meant no more games would be Refused Classification in Australia, think again. The Classification Board has today announced that - even with the new rating - there is one game that is simply inappropriate for local audiences. (PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360)

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TrevorPhillips  +   551d ago
That's stupid :/
kaozgamer  +   551d ago
why do we even have a 18+ rating if games are still going to be banned...unbelieveable
B-radical  +   550d ago
i can buy porn alcohol pay for sex (legit brothels)if i want to but i cant buy a game ffs
EazyC  +   551d ago
I hope this doesn't signal refusal of GTA V classification for the Aussies D:
Rhythmattic  +   551d ago
Pricks.... Who decides what I can and cant enjoy as an Adult. Why the F have a R18+ rating..

Definitely Importing just because I can..
andron666  +   551d ago
They are probably not missing much. jk

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