Australia has been known to ban games in a blink of an eye, and have been critical of the Grand Theft Auto franchise since the original games in the 90s from Rockstar and now its latest mystery game 'Bonaire' has been banned.
Bonaire? Yes, Bonaire. A new mystery game that was refused classification Down Under, with Kotaku spotting and reporting that they couldn't find any other listings for Bonaire or "other relevant applications from Rockstar or Take Two on ratings agency boards in South Korea, Europe's PEGI system, or Taiwan's Game Software Rating Information".
For the game to be banned before it's even announced is a strange, but the Classification Board in Australia is strict as heck. The board recently banned a slew of games including Kingdom Come: Deliverance, DayZ, We Happy Few, and Hotline Miami... so what about Bonaire, we don't even know what it is, I guess.
It could be DLC related to Red Dead Redemption 2 or it could be the recently-teased Bully 2, with Kotaku adding that Bonaire could have something to do with RDR2. Bonaire is an island in the Caribbean, which is featured in RDR2 in the "fifth chapter of the game takes place in Guarma, and while you can't return to Guarma by normal means once you've finished the chapter enterprising players found ways to glitch their way back to the tropical land with a canoe" reports Kotaku.
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