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Sorry, but due to the OFLC ratings laws in Australia and New Zealand, and the fact that this is a mature game, we do not currently have plans to release the game there on consoles.
That doesn't mean the zombie-filled game has been banned, refused classification or otherwise forbidden - it instead suggests that Telltale decided a local console release would be more effort than it was worth, and chose to leave us out.
It's worth noting that The Walking Dead is still available via Steam at time of writing. However, the game was also due to release on PSN earlier this week with an XBLA date in the not-so-distant future. Gamers started asking questions when it didn't appear in their Australian console stores, and rumours quickly started circulating that the country's arcane censorship had something to do with it. Despite the game being no more violent or offensive than many others on the market, it looks like they were right.
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