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Submitted by MariaHelFutura 633d ago | opinion piece

Why Australia’s Outdated Classification System Doesn’t Work And Needs To Be Overhauled

The Australian classification system is in disarray. In the space of a few weeks, we’ve seen Saints Row 4 banned for incentivising drug use, and Grand Theft Auto V rated R18+ because Rockstar did a better job of explaining how it’s relevant in the context of the story and why it won’t make the average 32-year-old gamer start abusing heroin. (Grand Theft Auto V, Industry, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360)

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