Video games are a funny little thing. From the perspective of an uninformed observer, you’d think that the recent R18+ classification fight was all just a bunch of kids arguing over what to call their toys. From the inside, however, the fight is far more meaningful than that. Kotaku has a great piece right now about the head of the iGEA and his new wall art. It’s a framed copy of Australia’s first R18+ game and a look into why it means so much. The road to R18+ was a long one, but I’m glad it came out the way it did. Check out the full interview. [Kotaku]
The Road To R18+
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A self-professed gadget lover and nonsense talker geek, Luke Hopewell sits in the editor chair at Gizmodo Australia. He loves anything that switches on, does internet or goes fast. He picked up a Best New Aussie IT Journo Award in 2010 and if you stick around long enough, youâ€™ll find Luke on your telly, too.