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> **Posted by THE PUNISHER_**
> 50 KM out of albany, Denmark in the south of western australia, is greatest place on earth because of the simple fact Jack Mildwaters, AKA THE PUNISHER calls that small town home.
> And wow.. This club is deeaaaaaaad.
I passed through Denmark about 8 months ago, beautiful place!
50 KM out of albany, Denmark in the south of western australia, is greatest place on earth because of the simple fact Jack Mildwaters, AKA THE PUNISHER calls that small town home.
And wow.. This club is deeaaaaaaad.
Posted by astroanth
Guys ive got some bad news about l4d2
Left 4 Dead 2 banned in Australia
Aussie Classification Board cites "realistic, frenetic and unrelenting violence" as cause for antipodean zombie game ban.
Left 4 Dead 2's planned mid-November local release was put in jeopardy today, when the Australian Classification Board had put its legislative foot down. The Classification Board is the government body responsible for rating all video games content authorised for sale in the country. According to its Web site, Valve's upcoming first-person shooter has been refused classification (RC) for failure to adhere to the current maximum MA 15+ ratings guideline for games. (Only films can reach the board's maximum R18+ rating.) The announcement means the Valve title is now illegal to sell, rent, or promote within Australia.
Artist's representation of the ACB dashing hopes of Australian gamers.
GameSpot AU contacted the game's publisher, Electronic Arts, seeking clarification as to why the title was refused classification. An EA spokesperson confirmed the ban but declined to comment on the possibility of edits or resubmission, saying, "We're still working through the submission process with the [Classification Board], we want to explore all opportunities before we can make a comment." The Classification Board was unavailable to provide an overview of the reason for the ban at the time of print.
Left 4 Dead 2 marks the fourth game banned in Australia this year, joining Risen, Sexy Poker, and Necrovision--the latter two of which were approved for sale after being resubmitted with changes. The original Left 4 Dead game was given the maximum MA 15+ rating when it went on sale in Australia in November last year.