EA to Australia: ‘You make Mad Max but don’t release L4D2, really?’

We already know Valve is a bit bummed out over the Australian Left 4 Dead 2 ban. And now EA is too.

“It’s funny that a place like Australia, which has come up with some pretty violent material in the past with something like Mad Max, can effectively ban video games for the same reason,” EA spokesperson Tiffany Steckler told GameSpot. “EA believes that adults should have the right to make their own choices when it comes to the content they consume,” she added — a thought shared by other companies.

Whether or not Valve is going to implement any changes to make Left 4 Dead 2 meet Australia’s highest, a low 15+, rating is unknown, and Steckler wouldn’t say. But unless it is, chances are there’s going be a little spike in piracy and imports down under come November.