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There is still some thrashing out to be had, but the Australian video games industry is welcoming an in-principle agreement for the introduction of a long-awaited R18+ classification for interactive entertainment. 

Published in Radioactive IT
Tuesday, 21 December 2010 16:29

National Classification System review requested

In a round-about sort of way it looks as if the lack of an R18+ Classification rating for interactive entertainment and video games in Australia might get an overhaul after all.  Today, the federal Attorney-General and Minister for Home Affairs have asked the Australian Law Reform Commission to conduct a review in light of changes in technology since the last review in 1991.

Published in Entertainment
Saturday, 11 December 2010 20:11

iGEA disappointed by SCAG delay on R18+

The Standing Committee of Attorneys General yesterday decided to delay their decision on the introduction of an R18+ classification for video games. This has raised the ire of the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association who have described the decision as 'disappointing'¦ despite mass support from the Australian community'.

Published in Entertainment




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