E3 2010: Games to be banned in Australia?

This year's E3 showcased some pretty violent video games -- but will any of them see light of day in Australia?

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<h2>Super Scribblenauts</h2>
<b>Developers:</b> 5th Cell
<b>Publisher:</b> Warner Bros. Interactive
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Like its predecessor, Super Scribblenauts allows players to conjure up items or living creatures by spelling certain words.<br><br>

We have confirmation that the game gives you the ability to use adjectives so you can now summon a Carnivorous Pregnant Woman in game.

<br><br>… BANNED.

<br><br><b>Further reading:
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[[artnid:338417|Christian Group: Don’t reward R18+ game pirates]]
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[[artnid:329754|R18+ classification for video games finally coming to Australia?]]
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[[artnid:334880|EB Games rallies behind R18+ rating for Aussie video games]]
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[[artnid:337374|Gamers unite for R18+ classification]]
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[[artnid:328680|Aliens Vs. Predator refused classification in Australia]]
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[[artnid:319086|Left 4 Dead 2 Banned In Australia]]
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[[artnid:263646|Banned Downunder: Five games that didn’t make it past the censors]]

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