Top
40°

Dead or Alive: Dimensions banned in Australia

What in-? Dead or Alive banned? In yet another case of particularly stupid political correctness influencing Australia’s backwards video game rating and classification systems, the popular 3DS title “Dead or Alive Dimensions” has been removed from sale in Australia, AFTER it’s initial classification and release. This action follows the similar ban of the popular fighting game series in Sweden for not adhereing to their strict content laws regarding pornographic material. In a move that has left many in the Australian gaming community dumbfounded, the OLFC reviewed the “PG” classification, and had the game’s rating completely revoked, thereby banning it’s sale in Australia for content that media outlets have bastardised as “child pornographic”. The reasoning behind this decision was that the game’s theatre and display modes provided players the opportunity to look up the skirts of the various female fighters.

Read Full Story >>
capsulecomputers.com.au
The story is too old to be commented.
Roscoe3zz2375d ago (Edited 2375d ago )

* insert facepalm pic here

Kon2375d ago

Australia is the hell of gamers

Pozzle2375d ago

This is getting ridiculous.

miyamoto2374d ago

Nintendo's image has a lot of growing up to do and it has to be done fast in a short period of time.

It's going to be hard to shake the kiddie image but I sure hope they can.