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?

Dead Space 2

Developer: Visceral Games Publisher: Electronic Arts

The first Dead Space went through the classification process without a hitch, so what makes us think the second instalment will encounter any trouble?

Think kids. Dead Space 2 brings in a new type of enemy, The Pact, which are mutated naked toddlers that attack as a group to overwhelm the playable character, Isaac Clarke. Among all the other violent kills that he can perform (we can’t get over the all new Javelin Gun), we’re not sure how the Australian Classification Board will react when they see a bunch of squealing kids being mowed down by Isaac.

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