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11 August 2005 @ 06:08 pm
Rockstar throws cold water on 'Hot Coffee'  
Moving to calm the scandal surrounding "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas," Rockstar Games has released a patch that disables the infamous sexually oriented "Hot Coffee" scenes from its game.

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Non sono stato iocheez_ball on August 12th, 2005 03:39 pm (UTC)
Maybe it's because I'm not a parent yet....but why don't parents monitor/pre-view video games the same way they monitor a child's movies and television? I'm sure the majority of parents who are buying these video games would never consider taking the kids to see movies with the same content.
Mr. Joe Averagethe_average_joe on August 12th, 2005 03:57 pm (UTC)
That's what I think too.. ultimately, it comes to the parents responsibility of what the underage child is playing -- I mean, a 85 year-old grandmother purchasing an 'M' rated game for her 14-year old grandson should not have the right to sue a video game company when it's been revealed that a 'sexually content' game such as GTA:SA contained concealed sex-mini games.
Life is a Highwayhighway on August 12th, 2005 03:58 pm (UTC)
Yup yup.