Allow all globally available video games a classification and sale in Australia; Say No to refused classification
- Australian Classification Board
The Australian Classification Board has finally humored the Australian public with an R18+ classification that we have all pleaded for. Unfortunately, this means nothing, as they continue to control what we can and cannot access from the international market.
The video game "Saint's Row IV" would have received an R18+ classification, but instead has been ruled inappropriate for us to enjoy. It is not the fact that this particular game is unavailable, but that the R18+ classification means little to nothing when compared to other markets.
This petition leads to ensure ALL video games allowed in other markets are allowed to the Australian public with proper classification. We do not want this (Saint's Row IV being refused classification) to ever happen again.
We, the undersigned, call on the Australian Classification Board to allow all media a classification and purchase by Australian Residents under the ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board). This includes games that they deem "Exceed" the R18+ rating.
The Allow all globally available video games a classification and sale in Australia; Say No to refused classification petition to Australian Classification Board was written by Jason Clark and is in the category Consumer Affairs at GoPetition.