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]
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