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While Australia has a long history of video game development, as a nation we're probably more famous for the games we have banned rather than the games that we've produced. So with We Happy Few recently being refused classification, let's look back at some of the other titles that have fallen afoul of our censors.
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Tumbleseed was a difficult, tricky game. Outlast 2 was an uphill march through dangerous enemies. Recently, both have gotten easier thanks to patches and tweaks. Many games have had their difficulty reduced after release. While this makes them accessible to more players, it also raises questions.
As regulars are aware, Outlast 2 will officially go on sale in Australia with an R18+ rating after going through a couple of rounds with the Classification Board. The game was initially banned for implicit sexual violence that was showcased in an alpha video of the game that was incorrectly sent to the board.
The Board quoted one scene in particular when Outlast 2 was initially banned. Question is, what changed in the final version of the game?