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Fallout 3 Censorship Report

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Fallout 3 Censorship Report

Game News - posted by El Dee on Wed 13 August 2008, 18:10:32

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; Fallout 3

To keep up with our daily quota of Fallout 3 news IGN has a scan of the Australian OFLC report:
The drugs depicted are fictional; drugs are depicted as stylised icons on a menu with the drug use itself not depicted. Whilst navigating a post-apocalyptic futuristic landscape, players can invoke the use of a variety of "chems" listed by fictitious names which include "Buff", "Rad-X", "Psycho" and "Ultrajet". Within the context of the game's narrative, the player may choose to make use of these "chems" to alter the physiological characteristics of their character in the game.

Apparently, drugs are still in but some have been relabeled, which means that the censorship of Fallout 3 in Australia is going to be lighter than what most at first thought.
Spotted at: RPGWatch

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