State Of Decay Also Refused Ratings Classification In Australia It's been a busy week for the Australian Classification Board, the government entity responsible for rating entertainment media. A second title has now been declined classification, even under the new R18+ banner, put into effect at the start of 2013. State of Decay , Undead Labs' open world zombie survival title won't be making an appearance down under. The board cites the prevalence of drugs ...
June 26, 2013 - Game Informer
State of Decay refused Aussie classification, Saints Row 4 ban detailed Runaway (and " Run away! ") hit State of Decay has been refused classification in Australia. And here you thought these stories were done . "We've run afoul of certain prohibitions regarding the depiction of drug use," writes Undead Labs' founder Jeff Strain on the game's forum . "We're working with [publisher] Microsoft to come up with options, including changing names of certain medications in ...
June 26, 2013 - Joystiq
Lance Armstrong in Times Herald-Record But among the (general classification) rivals, I have to say it was the best one I've done since the comeback,Armstrong said, referring to his Tour return last year after a 3-year hiatus.
Cadel Evans in Sydney Morning Herald Just to get through it as a GC (general classification) rider, without losing any time, obviously I'm delighted. But it's easier said than done, because I think very few GC guys got through (without losing time),said Evans.
Frank Schleck in International Herald Tribune After two or three minutes they showed the classification, and I saw my name was there, second,Schleck recalled. "And it said (a gap of) one-second. I said, 'Damn it.' I had some tears in my eyes. Having the jersey is nice."