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ACB Give RLL3 G Rating
#11
I wouldnt suggest its complete based on this, i may be wrong but i would think classification can be given to a sports title without completion required.
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#12
(05-05-2015, 02:17 PM)Ruck Wrote: I have no idea, was just pointing out that Rugby League is pretty easy to rate. It's not GTA V and I doubt be a pro will be indepth enough to involve Asada and Cocaine Parties.

I think you'll find this will be included as dlc in the much hyped about season pass, i read some where your contract earnings will be spent on solicitor fees and as you progress in your career you can earn the Tony Montana trophy
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#13
They better have the Nate Myles - Close But No Cigar achievement. Smile
“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”
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#14
They've lost my money if they don't Tongue
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#15
Performance enhancing and recreational drugs are out then I guess.

UNREALISTIC EXPERIENCE CONFIRMED

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#16
Thanks for clearing up things re: the completion of the game, but RLL3 receiving a classification is still a good sign I guess
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#17
(05-05-2015, 03:07 PM)Ruck Wrote: They better have the Nate Myles - Close But No Cigar achievement. Smile

No, that should be an achievement after you defecate in the hotel, I hope BA added that in.
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#18
Do we really live in a world where advertising a casino on a jersey could possibly make a game PG?

What runs through the hardcore politcally correct peoples heads? "The Storm are advertising gambling. If my kid see's that he might become a hardcore gambler in 20 years".

It's like those people who think the radio host saying "damn" is going to corrupt their child.
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#19
Totally agree
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#20
It's unreasonable to think that a sponsor on a jersey can ruin a G rating just because it's related to gambling.
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