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>E3 2010: Games to be banned in Australia?</h2>
<br><br>We saw an innumerable amount of video games at E3 2010, which either blew our minds (Portal 2!) or induced involuntary yawning (anyone for Battle Chess?)
<br><br>Among the variety of games showcased, we couldn’t help but notice some of them might be greeted with a big fat ‘banned’ label when trying to enter Australia.
<br><br>All Aussie gamers know our [[artnid:263646|classification board has a mean streak|Banned Downunder: Five games that didn’t make it past the censors]] when it comes to violent video games.
<br><br>Because Australia lacks an R18+ classification for games, any title deemed "adults only" cannot legally be sold. The lack of an R rating for games in Australia has been a cause of mounting frustration among gamers. Video games that have fallen foul of the Classification Operations Board include [[artnid:319086|Left 4 Dead 2]], [[artnid:261781|Silent Hill: Homecoming]], [[artnid:252707|Fallout 3]] and [[artnid:328680|Aliens Vs. Predator]]. Here is a list of the games at E3 that might put the Classifcation Board’s panties into a twist.

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