Both games just released DLC which are also reviewed.I don't get it, the games have been out for more than a year?
The most likely cause of the RC rating is a scene about two hours into A Woman's Lot, where soldiers begin raiding the town before pushing Theresa against a wall and proceeding to assault her. One soldier then attempts to rape Theresa, before getting an arrow in the back. I couldn't confirm how the sequence plays out if you fail the stealth segments, but the intent in the cut scene is pretty implicit.
For some reason film and TV is graded differently when a part of the overhaul when we got R18+* was to classify them by the same criteria. It's not happening. Walk into JB hi-fi and good chance you'll find Irreversible on the shelf. I started watching this at a friend's house years ago and I couldn't make it the whole way through. It was violent, disgusting, and I wanted to vomit. Total hypocrisy from the classification board and it needs to be addressed ASAP.So we’ve got DayZ, Hotline Miami, We Happy Few, Katana Zero … what else can we add to the RC pile this year? Come on Kingdom Come: Deliverance, join the club. There hasn’t been much news about Kingdom Come: Deliverance since the release of its last two DLC packs, A...www.kotaku.com.au
Umm, almost the exact same thing happened in the second last episode of GoT (except it was Jon Snow with a sword in the back of a soldier instead of a random arrow), and afaik nobody made a big deal about that, and it certainly wasn't banned
I haven't bothered to look but think he's still on the board. The over arching view of the board is still that games are for children, so they can't get their head around adult content. The biggest problem is the wording of what qualifies as being Refused Classification. Anything to do with sexual assault is an automatic nope (even if it's contextual, except they claim to allow stuff if it's in context... go figure), so is game enhancing benefits from drugs. We had a NSW Senator (Leyonhjelm) in our court for a while but he's been run out of office.Are games still having trouble in Australia because of that one guy in South Australia? Was a number of years since I read about it, but his reasoning didn't sound based in logic and facts, but rather just a personal vendetta.