Another day, another game banned in Australia

Yesterday, Saints Row IV became the first game hit by the R18+ laws, the Classification Board follows up by giving the same treatment to State of Decay.

State of Decay
Undead Labs

Just one day after Saints Row IV became the first game to be refused classification after the R18+ laws passed, the Classification Board has reportedly followed it up by giving the same treatment to State of Decay.

State of Decay is a "zombie-survival open-world game" created by Undead Labs for the Xbox 360 and PC.

Kotaku has, once again, received a copy of the Classification Board's report regarding its decision. The report concludes: "in the board's opinion, the game enables the player's character to self-administer proscribed drugs which aid in gameplay progression. This game therefore contains drug use related to incentives or rewards, and should be refused classification."

Read more of "State of Decay 'banned' in Australia: developer" at Crave Australia.

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