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Submission + - Why Australia "banned" Dead or Alive: Dimensions (

dotarray writes: According to local publisher Nintendo, it’s not their fault. The company explains that the blame rests on the head of mainstream media, who alerted the Classification Board that there was something wrong.

The publisher also pointed the finger at THQ, the company originally slated to bring Tecmo‘s title to Australia.

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Why Australia "banned" Dead or Alive: Dimensions

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