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Square Enix could be on the verge of announcing a Wii U version of sci-fi epic Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
A lot has happened since Tanya Byron first put pen to paper on her Byron Review in September 2007.
Adult-themed games look set to finally get an official route into the Australian market.
UKIE has confirmed that plans are still on course for PEGI, which is currently awaiting final EU sign offs before UK Government grants the on-pack marks as the only ratings ...
Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's has downgraded Sony’s credit rating to A-, citing concerns over long-term corporate credit and senior unsecured debt ratings.
The British Board of Film Classification has awarded Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 an 18 certificate and given it the green light without censoring its content.
The Australian minister for home affair Brendan O’Connor believes that the adoption of an R18+ rating would create new jobs for the country’s games industry.
Ubisoft has confirmed that this week's Wii and PS3 release We Dare will carry an additional warning sticker in addition to its PEGI 12 age certificate.
Publisher Square Enix has revealed that Call of Duty: Black Ops, a title it is publishing in Japan, will see some of the violence featured in the Western release cut ...
The Australian government has at last opened up the debate on whether or not its classification system should be restructured to accommodate adult or mature video games.
The BBFC has confirmed that it has granted Activision’s upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 an 18 certificate – making it in the first in the series to receive ...
Publisher Activision Blizzard has confirmed that a new DS entry in the Call of Duty series will arrive alongside the console release of Modern Warfare 2 this November.
The concern that Nintendo consoles are not a suitable platform for mature-rated games will be tested yet again later this year with the news that the BBFC has granted EA’s ...