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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Super Scribblenauts

Developers: 5th Cell Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive

Like its predecessor, Super Scribblenauts allows players to conjure up items or living creatures by spelling certain words.

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


Further reading:

[[artnid:338417|Christian Group: Don’t reward R18+ game pirates]]

[[artnid:329754|R18+ classification for video games finally coming to Australia?]]

[[artnid:334880|EB Games rallies behind R18+ rating for Aussie video games]]

[[artnid:337374|Gamers unite for R18+ classification]]

[[artnid:328680|Aliens Vs. Predator refused classification in Australia]]

[[artnid:319086|Left 4 Dead 2 Banned In Australia]]

[[artnid:263646|Banned Downunder: Five games that didn’t make it past the censors]]

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