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Xbox 360 Ad Banned

A TV advertisement for the Xbox 360 has been banned in the UK because it promotes and glamorises dangerous driving. The ad featured a rooftop and street car chase ending with the protagonists congratulating each... More...

San Andreas Banned Down Under

Latest Grand Theft auto joins Rockstar siblings Manhunt and GTA III on the censor-board blacklist of the antipodean nation. In the wake of the "Hot Coffee" scandal, debate is raging in the... More...

Half Life 2 Possibly Banned in Australia?

The Pan European Games Information (PEGI) age rating system has given Half Life 2 an R(18+) rating.This means that minors are unable to purchase the game in numerous countries like Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France,... More...

Leisure Suit Larry banned in Australia

Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Lauda the game has been blocked in Australia. Australian news agencies stated last week that the Office of Films and Literature Classification, goverment that rates video games banned the title.... More...

Far Cry banned in Germany

In accordance with German law, www.farcry.de and its forums have been pulled down following Far Cry's ban (US/UK version) in Germany. They will remain shut until the German version of Far Cry is released, which... More...

Project IGI 2 banned in China

China has banned the sale of a computer game on the grounds it discredits the national image. State news agency Xinhua said the game was accused of intentionally blackening China and the Chinese army's image.... More...

N-Gage ads banned

Adverts for the latest gadget from a mobile phone manufacturer were today banned after complaints they were "offensive and distressing" and condoned violence. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) received 12 complaints about posters,... More...

Banned Xbox ad spurs lawsuit

Already banned in Britain (I've seen it on TV here in the US, not sure if it will be banned here.... Ed!), a controversial ad for the Xbox could land Microsoft in a French... More...

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