Posts Tagged ‘Australia’

Outlast 2 Refused Classification in Australia

If the scene(s) in question are removed, it would be rated R18+.

Xbox One S Helps Microsoft Outsell PS4 in Australia

Blimey.

PS4 First Party Lineup in 2016 Is the Strongest Since Launch, Says PlayStation UK MD

PS4 crosses three million in the UK, sets records in Australia.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Was the #1 Selling Game of 2015 in Australia and New Zealand

LittleBigPlanet was the #1 PSP game in Australia.

PS4 Price Drop Is Live in Europe, Now Costs €349.99/£299.99 for 500GB Model

New prices for other countries include Australia at $479.95.

Australia Bans 220 Games in Four Months

That’s a lot of banned games.

Watch Dogs Was the #2 Best Selling Video Game of 2014 in Australia, PS4 Topped Console Sales

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was #1.

PS4 Version of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Being Recalled in Australia Due to Manufacturing Issue

They were incorrectly classified.

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Dev Tells Australians to “Just Pirate It”

What a cool thing.

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Refused Classification in Australia, Devolver Digital Responds

The ACB highlights “implied sexual violence” as a main factor.

Kmart Australia Also Takes Grand Theft Auto V Off the Shelves

IGEA “surprised” by the decision to remove GTAV, says average age of a gamer in Australia is 32.

Target Australia No Longer Selling Grand Theft Auto V After Feedback About “Depictions of Violence Against Women” (Update)

They will continue to sell other R-rated games though.

SCEA MD Apologizes for PSN Downtime Issues: “We’re Not Bulletproof on Those Things”

“Those things are gonna happen over time.”

PS4 is the Fastest-Selling Console Ever in Australia

Until Dawn launches early 2015.

The Evil Within Maze to Bring Bethesda’s Upcoming Video Game to Life

Very spooky.

Australia: PS3 #1 Selling Console Overall in 2013, PS4 Now #1 Selling Next-Gen Console

The PS4 came from down under to take top spot!

PlayStation 3 Tops the Australian Sales Charts During 2012, Finishes First in all Major Categories

Australian games industry hit $1.161 billion at retail in 2012.