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Predictable news to say the least. It looks as though CD Projekt RED's single-player RPG The Wticher 2: Assassins of Kings is facing some slight alteration due to the from the Australian Classification Board. The developers of the role-playing game are going to have to edit some of the game's content in order to appease the board. However, CD Projekt says that these changes are not major, so gamers in Australia shouldn't be worried too much (Hear that, Yahtzee?).
Word is: "In order to obtain the rating in Australia, CD Projekt RED was unexpectedly obliged to make small changes to game content relating to the topic of sex as a reward. Since these changes are quite minor, especially relative to the total amount of content, they are unlikely to significantly affect the overall play experience."
The Witcher 2 is one of the many games that were tossed into the Aussie censorship machine - Mortal Kombat being the most recent, although in this case the game was refused classification completely (The Witcher 2, thankfully, doesn't share the same fate).
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