Aliens Vs. Predator banned in Australia
Australian Council refused classificated SEGA-demand and e-Rebellion thatat their new game, Alien Vs. Predator, begins to sell, and therefore appeared banned for the current version of the game.
According to the announcement of the Council, the game Alien Vs. Predator violates many rules, too much of the violence in the game, the realistic murders. As an example they took violent realistic stabbing in the game through chest, mouth, throat or eyes.
SEGA Australia immediately answered, and gave a statement to GameSpot, in which he states: "We will continue to fight and we will use all legal options, including the ability to appeal council for classification."
Another option would be the production of the censored version of the game, which could also be a successful move, as the EA and Valve also celebrated with the game Left 4 Dead 2nd However, it is likely to make Censored SEGA game, because the company said that any censorship of the game would rather hurt the gameplay experience.
Aliens Vs. Predator will be available on the market in all countries except Germany and Australia in February, for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360