the game has been once again refused classification due to violence. In the Review Board's opinion, Left 4 Dead 2 could not be accommodated within the MA 15+ classification The computer game contains a level of violence which is high in impact, prolonged, repeated frequently and realistic within the context of the game. In addition, replica Corum 02120.402810 watch was the Review Board's opinion that there was insufficient delineation between the depiction of general zombie figures and the human figures, as opposed to the clearly fictional 'infected' characters
This was a major consideration of the Review Board in determining theimpact of this game on minors. puter games classified RC cannot be sold, hired, advertised or demonstrated in Australia. The Classification Review Board convened today in response to an application from the distributor of the computer game, Electronic Arts, to Cartier review the decision made by the Classification Board on 15 September 2009 to classify Left 4 Dead 2 RC. Thanks Clement for the tip.
While the Australian government dawdles on changes to the country's classification guidelines, games continue to be "refused classification" on the grounds they exceed the maximum rating of MA15+ The latest game on the chopping block? Left 4 Dead 2. Yup, Valve's Zombie shooter has been refused classification, which means it can't be made Omega commercially available in the country Not quite the same as a banning, but it has the same effect. We've contacted Valve for comment, and will update when/if we hear back