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Following heated controversy over racy hidden images, "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" will now bear an adults-only rating. Previously, the game was rated M for Mature. The re-rating comes nearly a month after reports first surfaced of the "Hot Coffee" modification for the PC version of San Andreas. After installation, the widely available modification allowed users to play a bonus sex minigame.
After videos of the modification were widely circulated, figures including Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, blasted the game Clinton also publicly equated violent games with cigarettes and alcohol as hazards to America's youth. Political heat led to a ESRB investigation into whether or not the modification was included in the original game or was made by a third party. However, reports soon surfaced that the console versions of "San Andreas" contained code for the sex minigame.
Because console games are written on unalterable DVDs and cheat codes cannot introduce new content, the fact the minigame was playable at all means it was included in the original PS2 "San Andreas," albeit hidden. But the AO and M ratings are different in one big way: Most major chain stores, including Wal-Mart, will not carry AO-rated games. Most industry watchers had expected a hefty fine from either the ESRB or possibly even the government. Some even speculated that Take-Two would be forced to recall all copies of the game, at catastrophic expense.
For its part, Take-Two stuck by its contention that the re-rating was "due to unauthorized third party 'Hot Coffee' modification. Tor Thorsen reported for GameSpot. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy , which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Don't show this again. Gaming Sex content leads to adult rating for 'Theft' Following heated controversy over racy hidden images, "Grand Theft Auto: After percolating for weeks, the so-called "Hot Coffee" controversy has finally boiled over.
Who rocked the code? Rockstar Games, the Take-Two subsidiary that develops and publishes "San Andreas," issued a carefully worded statement earlier this month stating that the racy content was not part of the original game but included in the modification. Sex content leads to adult rating for 'Theft' Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.