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said he will present the Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition Australian Classification Board for consideration in the introduction of recent adult category classification of video games.

Warner Bros. has confirmed that Mortal Kombat Komplete this edition - published in the U.S. in February last year - the Australian Classification Board for classification rated A + recent introduction of the R18.

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was initially banned by the Classification Board "explicit" violence, blood and dismemberment deaths nozzle, which is unable to accommodate within the MA15 + directives maximum effect at the time the game was subject to classification.
  • Warner Bros. then appealed against the ban, arguing that the violence in the game is on par with other games already available for sale in Australia. The appeal was rejected, and thus Mortal Kombat was banned in Australia to date.
  • However, the recent R18 + classification for video games, it is now possible for video games with high-impact violence to be sold in Australia.
"Warner Bros Entertainment Australia will present the Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition for classification in the new R18 + classification category," said the editor of GameSpot AU today.

The publisher declined to say if the game will be gone. The game is available in other territories on the Xbox 360 and PS3.

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