Quake id software’s classic has been removed from Germany’s ‘Index List’. The very same one we reported on earlier in the week. This is a category which has been created by Federal Department of Media Harmful To Young Persons.
This means the first person shooter developed back in 1996, is allowed to move around freely in Germany. Bethesda Softworks, whose parent company acquired id Software in 2009, told Joystiq after the DOOM titles passed the BPjM that an appeal of indexing is allowed after 10 years.
Via PC Gamer