Uh oh, it seems that Rockstar are right up that creek we know all too well about after blaming the San Andreas 'Hot Coffee' sex mod on external hackers. It has been found that GameShark and Action Replay Max cheat cartridges can open up the Hot Coffee sex scene without any injection of models or source code into the unmoddable San Andreas DVD. Naturally this means that the Rockstar guys created the code for the game; where you have to repeatedly mash your control stick in order to satisfy your virtual girlfriend. It'll only be a matter of time before the gaggle of American politicians that have jumped upon the bandwagon will use this news to justify their war on 'pornography in games'. What they're missing is that not once in the scene is there any sign of genitalia, both characters are (partially) clothed and it requires plenty of effort to even find a way of hacking the game.
Meanwhile, the British Board of Film Classification is sitting pretty, as they?ve stated that the game already falls under their ratings system. Indeed the UK already has provisions for charging sales assistants that sell these games to minors (including a maximum fine of ?5,000) which the US is looking to implement. At the end of it all, the politicians really shouldn?t be using this kind of massive publicity to implement a law that should already be in place. One, place a $5,000 fine on all sales assistants that sell the game to minors. Two, make the game rated 18+ rather than mature. Three, don?t let your kids go buy the game unless they?re of the suitable age. Four, focus on something that matters. There are much more serious immoralities in the world than some crappy sex game that requires complex hacking and effort for 30 seconds of button mashing and cliched sayings! GRRRR!