Monthly Archives: November 2009

There is an online petition calling for the introduction of an R18+ rating for computer games in Queensland. The petition states simply: Queensland residents draws to the attention of the House that the Classification of Computer Games and Images Act … Continue reading

For a few weeks, 2K Games' new title, Borderlands, was available to Australians at the same price on Steam that it was available in the UK and US. The game has been pulled from the Australian Steam site for the … Continue reading

A new six page form-letter from the South Australian Attorney-General, Michael Atkinson, on the topic of the lack of an R18+ rating for games has begun circulating. An EFA member has sent us the response he received; it seems almost … Continue reading

Steve Farrelly over at Ausgamers attempts to unravel the apparent inconsistency in two recent decisions of the Classification Board in rating computer games: refusing classification to Left 4 Dead 2, but granting Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 an MA15+ … Continue reading

New political party, Gamers 4 Croydon, have created a one-click tool to email your Attorney-General and request the release of the R18+ Discussion Paper. The next meeting of the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General is apparently Thursday and Friday this week; … Continue reading