|QUOTE (MikeyBelic @ Thursday, Jun 27 2013, 17:12)|
|QUOTE (Miamivicecity @ Thursday, Jun 27 2013, 05:54)|
| I think we need to take a chill pill and look at things logically.|
I stumbled across this article in regards to SRIV's refusal..
Though this is what I found interesting...
| The decision means that the game cannot be sold in Australia unless the features that led to it being refused classification are edited out and a different version is re-submitted to the Classification Board for review. |
People are flipping out like the game wont be released at all. It will if Volition/Deep Silver resubmit a different version. I don't know what State Of Decay's situation is, but if GTA V comes under the same gun it'll most definitely be given the same ultimatum.
The word "banned" is being thrown around too much IMO.
It's a lot different though I personally think, I mean people have been waiting for SR IV for a year and 10 months? We've being waiting for V for five years and I personally would feel upset about getting a 'modified' version.
It would piss me off too, but a censored version would be better than none at all wouldn't it? I remember before VC came out I bought the U.K version 2 weeks before we were due to get it off E-Bay for $190 (That's not a typo. I did pay $190) because I was desperate to play the un-censored version, but in the end the only real differences were being able to pick up hookers and some extra violence.
Needless to say I was sucked in buying it for that much lol.
Anyway if push comes to shove I would rather R* do what Volition/Deep Silver have to do with SRIV and resubmit a different version. The principle is still wrong, but who knows. GTA V might escape scrutiny.
GTA V might be in trouble if drugs can be used in the game, but the worst possible scenario is we just can't take drugs to recieve benefits and GTA has never been explicit in terms of sexual violence so unless we can jam dildos in peoples' assholes it should be fine.