Kotaku presents a clip from an Australian panel discussion TV show on the subject of banning violent games. The segment begins with a person in the audience wearing a Fallout T-shirt asking why there isn't an R rating for games. Here's a transcript of what follows:<blockquote>Presenter: A little bit of background for the uninitiated: one of those banned video games is called Fallout 3 if I'm correct, it's set in a post-apocalyptic Washington D.C. in which people come out after a long period of time and start killing everybody. And those people as I understand it have a little attachment to their arms where they can self-inject intravenous drugs to make them kill more people. Is that correct? Is that a fair summary? Guy with Fallout T-shirt: That's correct, yes. (everyone laughs)</blockquote>And that's the shows's moderator; the experts go on to say other baffling things, although not much of it directly touches on Fallout 3. In related news, a petition (probably multiple petitions, really) has been started to protest the banning of Fallout 3. Spotted on the BGSF.