If you live in a state of anger and frustration about Australia's ridiculous classifications scheme, you'll be aware of political party Gamers4Croydon. Kotaku readers had the chance to ask the political party a heap of questions last week, and David has posted the responses this morning, and it's well worth a read. [Kotaku]
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