The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association has labelled the call to review the classification of a number of video games currently on the Australian market as a waste of time and tax-payers money, a move that could cost over $330,000.
The Australian Government has released the standalone Guidelines for the Classification of Computer Games which now includes the long awaited R18+ Classification.
The legislation to introduce the R18+ Classification for video games has passed through the Australian Senate securing a sensible homogenisation of rating systems across entertainment in Australia. For the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association this has been a long drawn out win.
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