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This version will retain the original ESRB M-rating and is expected to be available during the Company's fourth fiscal quarter." The most interesting thing is, however, the impact this will have on the developer for further support of modding (and modding is one of the major attraction points of the PC version of the game).Earlier on, before the release of the game, Rockstar Games' representatives said that they wanted to give much more freedom and support for the modding community. Stay tuned for further information regarding this case. The simple fact is, violent people will always do violent things, and just because they replicate something they've seen in a game or film, doesnt stop the fact that they would probably have done something equally stupid at another time. The parents who are naive enough to buy these games for their children. Check out this article that had me giggling at it's absurdness.Violent video games under attack"ESRB assigns "Adults Only 18 " (AO) rating for current version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas due to unauthorized third party "Hot Coffee" modification Rockstar Games to cease manufacture of current version of title and offer a downloadable patch to prevent modification of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for PC Company lowers third quarter and fiscal year guidance to reflect the expected negative impact on the title's retail performance" These headlines appeared earlier today on the official website of Take Two Interactive, preceding an article which ended several weeks of scandal surrounding the so-called "Hot Coffee" mod, which let the player "unlock" content that was judged by the ESRB as "graphic depictions of sex".Clothing accounts for 50 percent of how sex appeal is calculated.Wearing several articles of expensive clothing or one of the special suits should raise CJ's sex appeal high enough for Helena to date him.
We do NOT however disallow machines with 32 meg of video ram from running GRAND THEFT AUTO: San Andreas.
This, of course, reduces the game's sales, which will have a tremendous impact on the publisher's profits (in the first half a year of its sales the game brought Take 2 more than half of its overall profits).
The game will still be published under M-rating, but later: "Rockstar Games has ceased manufacturing of the current version of the title and will begin working on a version of the game with enhanced security to prevent the "hot coffee" modifications.
This new version of the game promises to come "clean" and not contain any hidden sexual scenes, however it still remains to be seen whether retailers will welcome this news.
The hot coffee mod produced such a whirlwind of controvesy, many retailers may continue to keep it off their shelves.