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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:25am 15/07/11 | 3 Comments
SEGA have proudly waved the MA15+ flag today, after the Australian Classification Board awarded their forthcoming horror title for Kinect, Rise of Nightmares entry onto our retail shelves with the rating.
After taking the necessary steps to be submitted for classification and providing a demonstration to the board, SEGA Australia’s Managing Director Darren Macbeth is pleased with the outcome, “Rise of Nightmares offers a truly mature experience for the Kinect and SEGA are excited to be at the forefront of delivering a fresh alternative to the older Kinect audience”.
We haven't seen the full extent of the game's level of horror, gore or violence, but when we contacted SEGA to ask if the game was submitted in its original format, they confirmed that is unchanged.

Rise of Nightmares is due to arrive on Xbox 360 for Kinect this September.



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Tollaz0r!
Posted 11:33am 15/7/11
Sweet I was looking for a kiddy game for my daughter to play. This work out nicely...
Steve Farrelly
Posted 11:34am 15/7/11
How are you finding Kinect Toll?
Tollaz0r!
Posted 11:42am 15/7/11
Well I recently bought the $99 kinect deal price matched by JBHifi as game sold out.. Haven't been able to buy any other games other then what came bundled with it so far.

The kids like it of course and it shows promise. There is a little bit of input lag which is off putting, I've read that good software can help reduce it. The various kinect hacks in the wild show that the hardware has promise with some good coding. I'm very much looking forward to the 2nd generation games that are starting to come out. Steel Battalion Heavy Armor looks like it is up my ally. Complex mech games FTW! Also controller + kinect is, imo, the way to go.

I wish I could tell you more hands on experience with other games. We are getting kinect sports this weekend for the family. See how that goes.
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