Left 4 Dead 2: Australia

For all of you Australian’s who were afraid your eyes would soon be filled with bloody images of zombies, fear no more! The Australian Censorship Board has refused to give Left 4 Dead 2 a rating. This has forced Valve to release a cleaned up version of the game for all the Aussie people.

You would think that zombie blood and guts would be a good thing right? I mean, they want to eat your brains people! You have to kill them first! Zombie splatter is a happy thought like unicorns and puppies. We shouldn’t censor these happy things!

The good news in all this is that Valve took the time to make another version of the game. The bad news is that they had to do it in the first place.

As a side note Australian censorship Board wants to start rating iPhone apps. Go Team censorship!

Keep blocking the blood people!


Remember remember November

This November is shaping up to have some great releases lined up. This is bad news for me as I can’t buy all of them on launch day.

The first week of November will offer up Dragon Age: Origins, The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition, and Lego Rock Band. As you all know DAO has my hard earned money already. It’s not even an option for me. This game will not allow me to not own it and play it.

After that we are get Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 which I probably won’t play because I suck at shooters. I won’t forbid others from playing as I acknowledge that the game is awesome. It’s just not my cup of tea.

Week three has Left 4 dead 2 which I might purchase. I have just started getting into the original Left 4 Dead seriously and I might give myself a few more months with it before I move on. Also in this week are Assassin’s Creed 2 for console (the PC version has been delayed. You bastards!) and Dragon Age: Origins for the PlayStation 3.

Finally we get nothing. The last week pretty much dries up, but hey, who can complain with the games so far this month? We can’t have every week be awesome.

Keep gaming people!