Wednesday, July 3, 2013

State Of Decay Resubmitted - Vitamin sales to Soar

So it looks like the Undead Labs crew jumped back onto the bandwagon and have resubmitted open-world zombie game 'State of Decay' to the Australian Classification Board. 

Stating on their official Facebook "Australians, I can officially tell you that the special Edition of the game is now in the hands of your review board".

What could possibly change those minds so deeply concerned about the impressionable people of Australia you ask? 

"Stimulants out! "Supplements" in! Who could possibly not like vitamins? They're good for you. Anyway, we're feeling pretty optimistic about our chances." 

Undead Labs have taken a similar road to Fallout 3 developers. When faced with refused classification Bethesda opted to change the games morphine references to the fictional substance "Med-X". This small tweak was enough to allow Fallout 3 to be released without further problems and we can only hope State of Decay follows the same fate. 

If the Australian Classification Board were concerned about the public taking State of Decays methadone and amphetamine references seriously, wait until they see the sales increase on Vitamin C purchases. 

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