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Rockstar denies sex in San Andreas

Rockstar denies sex in San Andreas
Rockstar has denied responsibility for the Hot Coffee game, saying that "the work of the mod community is beyond the scope of either publishers or the ESRB."

Using code written by Patrick Wildenborg and a few friends, some scenes in the best-selling video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas become sexually explicit.
Wildenborg's free code acts as a software key. Mr. Wildenborg said his code merely unlocked the sexually graphic images that are hidden inside the game and written by programmers who work for the game's developer, Rockstar Games.

The Entertainment Software Rating Board is probing whether hidden features within the "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" allows players to make their characters engage in simulated explicit sex acts reports Reuters.
"The integrity of the ESRB rating system is founded on the trust of consumers who increasingly depend on it to provide complete and accurate information about what's in a game," ESRB president Patricia Vance explained in a statement.

"If after a thorough and objective investigation of all the relevant facts surrounding this modification, we determine a violation of our rules has occurred, we will take appropriate action," she concluded.














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