And by "refused classification", we really mean banned, since without classification it's illegal for retailers to sell the game in Australia. In an unsurprising move, the Australian Office of Film & Literature Classification have, hands bound once again by Australia's refusal to allow games to be rated R18+, deemed elements of Bethesda's upcoming RPG a little bit much. There's no word yet on just what the board found unsuitable, but seeing as the game involves drug use (Blitz) and extreme gore (Soldier of Fortune) - two things games have previously been refused classification for - you could probably take your pick.
@xMindPrintsx: It's nobody's FAULT. The OFLC would rate the game R if they COULD, and the government would change it if there weren't 1001 more important things for the government to be doing.
Sucks, but hey, there's ayways Play-Asia. That or GAMETRADERS ROBINA.