Australia’s harsh video game legislation has been under criticizing for years, but we’re sure no one expected the first 18+ title to launch in the country to be a Wii U title. That’s just what’s happening with Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Team Ninja’s second Ninja Gaiden title.
In June, laws were finally passed in Australia that allowed games targeted at players aged 15 and older. These laws moved into effect on January 1st, meaning Australians will finally be able to enjoy mature titles without censoring or being completely unavailable in the region at all.
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