Nudity okay, violence bad. It's the complete opposite the American Way(TM). How will we all cope without our heads exploding!
Australia’s gaming rating confusion has been highlighted yet again with the revelation that a Nintendo game, withdrawn from sale in Sweden, Denmark and Norway due to child pornography concerns, is on sale in Australia with a PG rating. The country's usually hawk-eyed puritans, so easily disturbed that a shirtless child is …
So if the protagonists hadn't been mentioned as being under 18 there would have been no problem. So all Nintendo need to do is change the game description and ages and the content automatically becomes non-child porn. Which is where I have a problem, to be child porn something has to be recognisably child porn WITHOUT having to be told the ages of the people involved.
No game has ever been banned here in Denmark. We´re the ones who keep printing pictures of the "prophet" in the name of free speech, remember? We were publishing porn, when you were still living in caves.
This must be some kind of Nintendo marketing campaign or The Register just reporting on a rumour.
Here's a handfull of shops selling the game:
Anyway, I'm out of here. So long!
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