Difference between revisions of "New Zealand"

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[[Image:Flag of New Zealand.png|thumb|right|200px|The Flag of New Zealand]]
 
[[Image:Flag of New Zealand.png|thumb|right|200px|The Flag of New Zealand]]
'''New Zealand''' is a country whose [[OFLC (NZ)|OFLC]] (Office of Film and Literature Classification) rating system is sometimes considered to be slightly harsher than that of the Australian [[OFLC]]. For example, Australians can play [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] at the age of 15, while New Zealanders must be over 18 to purchase or rent the game. It should, however, be noted that New Zealand ''has'' an 18+ rating for games -- Australia lacks this outright, meaning that particularly violent or sexually explicit games may be refused classification and banned from sale. New Zealand sells the full version of [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], while Australia has a censored version.
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'''New Zealand''' is a country whose [[OFLC (NZ)|OFLC]] (Office of Film and Literature Classification) rating system is sometimes considered to be slightly harsher than that of the Australian [[OFLC]]. For example, Australians can buy [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] at the age of 15, while New Zealanders must be over 18 to purchase or rent the game. It should, however, be noted that New Zealand ''has'' an 18+ rating for games -- Australia lacks this outright, meaning that particularly violent or sexually explicit games may be refused classification and banned from sale. New Zealand sells the full version of [[Grand Theft Auto IV]], while Australia has a censored version.
 
[[Category: Countries]]
 
[[Category: Countries]]

Latest revision as of 21:13, 21 March 2010

The Flag of New Zealand

New Zealand is a country whose OFLC (Office of Film and Literature Classification) rating system is sometimes considered to be slightly harsher than that of the Australian OFLC. For example, Australians can buy Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas at the age of 15, while New Zealanders must be over 18 to purchase or rent the game. It should, however, be noted that New Zealand has an 18+ rating for games -- Australia lacks this outright, meaning that particularly violent or sexually explicit games may be refused classification and banned from sale. New Zealand sells the full version of Grand Theft Auto IV, while Australia has a censored version.