No Zhukov, don't you understand? The Department of Objectionable Materials has listed it as a prohibited item. They swung around my little brother's house, shot him, and took my copy. Then they went into JB Hi Fi and shot the staff (They're basically Nazi heroin dealers in this scenario), and burned the copies, along with all of the strategy books, singing "Tomorrow Belongs to Me". They then DDoS'd Steam for continuing to host it, and Target forces are currently besieging the local EB. The censorship is so bad, that now my copy of GTA-IV+EFLC has been corrupted, and San Andreas has had all references to prostitution, drugs, gangs, removed, and I'm now on a "Sense Offenders Register".Zhukov said:Nice try.
The key word in those definitions isn't "government", it's "remove".
GTA5 has not been removed. I, an Australian, can walk into a video game store right now, legally purchase a copy and revel it all its prostitute-murdering glory.
But let's not let that little fact get in the way, huh?
OH THE CENSORSHIP!