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New Teaser Screenshots Friday and Saturday!!!
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(05-14-2015, 08:10 PM)drewey78 Wrote:
(05-14-2015, 07:50 AM)Yuna Wrote:
(05-14-2015, 07:35 AM)drewey78 Wrote: Classification is only given on completed products! How many times do you go to the cinema and one of the trailers say yet to be classified. That means the final cut hasn't been produced or in the process. If Big Ant had to make any changes to the game it would need to be reclassified. It is complete

source?

My occupation is the source. That's how it works? You could have easily researched this. Classification can't be given to incomplete products.
If this wasn't the case you could have a porno rated G then add or the xxx rated content after the classification. I often wonder the age or intelligence of most on these forums. Sorry if this is too much adult talk


Sorry if that last post was a bit negative. Just having to justify fact annoys me!

Are you sure mate? I done some research and checked the requirements for a game to get classified. For both PS and Xbox systems all the game has to be is in a playable state, not completed.
Source: http://www.classification.gov.au/Industr...Step4.aspx
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#62
(05-14-2015, 08:10 PM)drewey78 Wrote:
(05-14-2015, 07:50 AM)Yuna Wrote:
(05-14-2015, 07:35 AM)drewey78 Wrote: Classification is only given on completed products! How many times do you go to the cinema and one of the trailers say yet to be classified. That means the final cut hasn't been produced or in the process. If Big Ant had to make any changes to the game it would need to be reclassified. It is complete

source?

My occupation is the source. That's how it works? You could have easily researched this. Classification can't be given to incomplete products.
If this wasn't the case you could have a porno rated G then add or the xxx rated content after the classification. I often wonder the age or intelligence of most on these forums. Sorry if this is too much adult talk

Sorry if that last post was a bit negative. Just having to justify fact annoys me!

What is your occupation mate?

And looks like Nathan just mythbusted you
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#63
He must work for the ACB because thats what it sounds like.
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#64
No way does Drewey work in classifications of video games. Tru Blu themselves said that it doesn't work like that and to be completely honest they have zero reason to lie. I'm sure they'd say "The game is completed we're working on a release date" if it actually was.

Drewey probably works in the reception area of the ACB or is completely making things up.
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Jarrod Dobler‎Rugby League Live Game

May 4 at 5:53pm ·
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The game must be complete if it has got an official rating!





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Rugby League Live Game That's not how this works at all.
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#66
(05-14-2015, 08:21 PM)nathan00107 Wrote: He must work for the ACB because thats what it sounds like.

He's not very good at it if he does
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#67
that's the best I can do with showing the post from facebook. couldn't screenshot it either for some reason
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#68
Haha, like how he said 'can be easily researched' when he obviously didn't do it himself.
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#69
I never understood the logic behind lying on a forum just to try and prove a couple of people wrong. 9 times out of 10 the people who work behind the scenes on video games aren't going to be posting on fan forums and giving advice in their personal lives unless they're actively involved in the company/production and even then it's likely only 1 or 2 people who are high up.

I study media and the last thing I'd do is run around on Facebook and start telling the average joe that his opinion on Channel Nines reporting is stupid.
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#70
Could not be assed going through it completely... but I'd was of the belief that a game could be slightly modified after assessment and classification could be revoked if the modification fell outside of the original classification. Therefore technically the game doesn't need to be complete to receive classification. But that's all IMO stuff... nothing valid, I just want to feel like I'm part of the conversation.

http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Series/C2004A04863

When it comes to video game classification in Australia... it's a lottery in my opinion.
“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”
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