ABC’s Radio National speaks to Minister O’Connor and iGEA’s CEO re R18+ Discussison Paper

ABC’s Radio National speaks to Minister O’Connor and iGEA’s CEO re R18+ Discussison Paper

Dec 22, 2009

Peter Mares from ABC’s National Interest speaks to the Home Affairs Minster, Brendan O’Connor and iGEA’s CEO, Ron Curry, about the government’s discussion paper on R18+ for computer games. The program can be heard and/or downloaded here. Share...

Grow Up Australia R18+ Discussion Paper – Online Submissions

Grow Up Australia R18+ Discussion Paper – Online Submissions

Dec 18, 2009

Grow Up Australia has an online submission form for the R18+ Discussion. This form will let you create a submission for the discussion paper quickly and easily. GUA will have these collated and sent to the Attorney-General’s Department in time for the February 28 deadline. The online submission forms can be found by clicking here. Share...

The Dance Revolution Steps out of the Arcade

The Dance Revolution Steps out of the Arcade

Dec 16, 2009

As reported by Simon Tsang at smh.com.au, a popular video game that involves following stepping moves on a special light up mat, has been modified by medical researchers to help the elderly undertake regular exercise. To read more click here Share...

Tips on how best to respond to the R18+ Discussion Paper

Tips on how best to respond to the R18+ Discussion Paper

Dec 15, 2009

With the release of the long awaited discussion paper, the community now has a formal opportunity to have their voice heard on the R18+ classification issue. We have compiled a few tips to help ensure that you make the most of your submission.   Carefully read both the Discussion Paper and Submission Template.  For those wanting to do the minimum, the...

Video Games Industry Applauds Release of R18+ Discussion Paper

Video Games Industry Applauds Release of R18+ Discussion Paper

Dec 15, 2009

Gamers Get an Early Christmas Present with Release of Discussion Paper   Sydney, December 15, 2009 - The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (iGEA) has welcomed the release of a discussion paper on the proposed R18+ classification for video games in Australia. The paper which was released by Minister for Home Affairs, Brendan O’Connor, marks...