Grand Theft Auto under fire The revelation of the mini-game sparked a fair amount of controversy around Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, with some politicians firing harsh words at both the game's developer and the Entertainment Software Rating Board ESRB , the organization which establishes content ratings for video games in North America. It also rekindled the debate over the influence of video games in general with new protests against several other games such as Killer7 , The Sims 2 , and Bully. Jack Thompson was one of the first to criticize the game for its hidden content, believing violent media to be among the main causes of violent crime in America. Thompson lashed out against Rockstar Games on several occasions for previous games they have developed.
Share on Reddit A few weeks back I learned about "Hot Coffee," a game mod to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that enables the protagonist gets to engage in, uh, coitus electronicus, in a rather explicit form. I've not played GTA:SA myself, but a video of the mini-game in question has been passed around quite a bit, and it's explicit enough to rate beyond R material. I'd also venture to say that it's utterly hilarious, particularly in the "oh no they didn't" vein. And now that enough parents have learned of this little "feature," the alarm has been sounded, and the ESRB is investigating.
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