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    News: Mortal Kombat rated R18 in New Zealand

    Mortal Kombat has today received a rating of R18: Graphic Violence in New Zealand, ensuring that the game will be released here.
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    exis wrote:
    something we can agree on

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    Well deserved. Some of the fatalities even make me cringe

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    I'm in gaming hiatus atm, haven't bought anything since Dec, haven't played anything since Jan, but I am really really tempted to get the tourny edition of this with the stick. Somebody stop me!

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    agree. saw the trailer or footage where he uppercuts him i think. it then goes into xray, and shows his skull cracking inside. honestly gruesome

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    Wow that vid.. Good luck with that Australia.

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    Kung laus is stil the most lol

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    t0mby wrote:
    Somebody stop me!
    Sorry t0mby ..... not gonna happen ... you NEED this game.

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    this video here: watch 720p. its all the xray fatalities

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    How do I get this game in Australia ? Not keen on piracy but yeah... if it comes down to it...

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    refused wrote:
    How do I get this game in Australia ? Not keen on piracy but yeah... if it comes down to it...
    import. get someone on GP to buy it for you and send it over.

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    haha awesome, up to MK9 ? crazy.

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    Did Saw 3D come out in Australia?

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    Bt wrote:
    Did Saw 3D come out in Australia?
    Yeah but they have an R18+ classification for movies

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    Bt wrote:
    Did Saw 3D come out in Australia?
    Games ratings are separate from other media. It's only games that caps out at MA15+, something that adds insult to injury for Aussie gamers.

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    That's because Aussies have a mental age of 15.

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    Midi wrote:
    Games ratings are separate from other media. It's only games that caps out at MA15+, something that adds insult to injury for Aussie gamers.
    Yeah, I know. I just find it odd that they can release something like Saw 3D which was disgustingly graphic yet games that aren't even real people being maimed are given the short end.

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    Bt wrote:
    Yeah, I know. I just find it odd that they can release something like Saw 3D which was disgustingly graphic yet games that aren't even real people being maimed are given the short end.
    It's something to do with the games being interactive. I dunno, it's a pretty archaic system.

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    news?


    bout as threadworthy as telling us that it's going to be windy tomorrow in wellington =p

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    clelcaz wrote:
    import. get someone on GP to buy it for you and send it over.
    Wouldn't Australian customs seize it when it arrives in the country?

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    Put it in a different case?

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    l33t k1w1 wrote:
    Wouldn't Australian customs seize it when it arrives in the country?
    **** knows I would if I was a customs official working in Australia.



    To help preserve the law, obviously.

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    t0mby wrote:
    It's something to do with the games being interactive. I dunno, it's a pretty archaic system.
    If you want to be cynical, it's about politicking. AU State Attorneys have very few items with which the can draw national attention to their platform. This is one of them.