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God of War

An Action game for PlayStation 2 by SCE Studios Santa Monica and Sony Computer Entertainment in the God of War series

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Title
God of War
Platform
PlayStation 2
Release date
22 2005
God of War box art for PlayStation 2
Title
God of War
Platform
PlayStation 2
Release date
21 2005
God of War box art for PlayStation 2

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Michael Atkinson - One Man Controls Mature Games in Australia

BlogI've had enough. I live in Australia, part of a modern country that like many others has free speech and all that jazz. Yet when it comes to video games we have no adults only rating; any game that is deemed too extreme for a 15+ restriction is banned or re-submitted edited to appease the rating board.

Can we blame the Classification Board? No of course not. They are bound by law; in 2006 Attorney-General Philip Ruddock that the Office of Film and Literature Classification would become part of his department. The law they are bound by comes under federal law which despite having an R18+ rating (restricting content for legal viewing only to those ages 18 or older) for films, there is no equivalent for games. Read on

Created 10 years, 5 months ago by Matt | Edited 10 years, 5 months ago | 1337 views
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