Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge for Nintendo Wii U has been unveiled to become the first video game to hit Australian retailers with the R18+ label due to its “high impact bloody violence,” following an announcement by Classification Board director, Lesley O’Brien.
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Australia is one step closer to finally having an R18+ rating for videogames, after an in-principle agreement amongst all state Governments (excepting NSW) to support the rating.
Games R18+ classification advocacy group, Grow up Australia, has gathered 16,055 signatures in a petition supporting the adults-only rating for computer games.