Australia bans yet another game – can’t handle real blood spurts

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Australia’s archaic censorship laws have struck again, this time the unwitting victim is Necrovision, a bizarre WWII shooter which according to the Australian censorship board is just that little bit to scary for the weak minded Australians.

I wonder if the board actually realises that everytime they ban a M rated videogame the world laughs at them and their countries image takes a knock?

It wouldn’t be so bad if they banned all violent and sexual imagery as then at least it would be a concious and defendable position, however they have 3 24 hour porn channels on TV and sex shops on ever corner along with every violent movie ever made playing throughout the day.

Honestly I would be more worried about my kids accidently tuning into a M rated movie at 3 in the afternoon than them buying an ultra violent game.

Source: MCVUK

Last Updated: April 16, 2009

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • Loki

    You got porn channels? :devil:

  • Kale

    Suppose they take the philosophy of make love not war…

  • Porn channels? Are there any sheep involved or is it
    just about our cricket boys making them our bitches? :devil:

  • WitwolfyZA

    Let them rather incourage teenage pregnancy, as to pay AU$70 to keep they’re child virginity… hahaha ironic really

  • Q121

    Quote of the day

  • dewej

    is this game still on its way or what?

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