Blitz banned in Australia

It's only a few weeks into the New Year and Australia's restrictive game classification system has already taken its first scalp, with Xbox 360 sports title Blitz: The League being refused classification down under.

Australia's Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) has refused classification for Midway's American football title, effectively banning it for sale down under. Blitz: The League was set for release in Australia on February 22. The official ruling from the OFLC states that the game was refused classification because of in-game drug use.

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nice_cuppa5221d ago

drug use in a sports game.

ha ha ha ha ha ha.

what the hell.

i would give it an 18 certificate .
call it blaze. the green.
and get it out.

OC_MurphysLaw5221d ago

Not because of the subject just flat out is a sucky game. This is what we get for the NFL selling its soul to EA. American Football without licensing is well....crap. Maybe 2K can comeout with something to prove me wrong...but I doubt it. EA won big when they got the exclusives on NFL licensing. Its a shame too....

HaKeRsCanRotINHEL5220d ago

should be banned on every planet of every solar system!