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The film industry, fearing the economic consequences of a largely unregulated censorship infrastructure, therefore formed the BBFC to take the process 'in house' and establish its own system of self-regulation.
In June 2007, Manhunt 2 was refused classification in both its Play Station 2 and Wii versions, meaning that the game was illegal to sell or supply.
A modified version was made that was accepted by the ESRB but was still refused classification from the BBFC.
On 16 June 2009, the UK's Department of Culture, Media and Sport ruled in favour of the PEGI system to be the sole classification system for videogames and software in the UK.
This decision would also, unlike beforehand, allow PEGI ratings to be legally enforced much like the BBFC ratings.
The second decision was later overturned by the Video Appeals Committee (an independent body set up by legislation); the BBFC then asked the High Court for a judicial review of the VAC decision.