Rockstar Games created a new website, which contains a patch, that will disable the hot-coffee scenes in GTA San Andreas.So, if you want to disable or uninstall the hot coffee scenes, then go ahead and apply this patch.Under no circumstances have any of us ever had the urge to stab someone, or even raise our fists in anger, just because we've been seen it in a game.
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.
It's a real pity for all those GTA Fans in Australia though.
Reports are beginning to appear over the net: Computer And Video However investigating the OFLC's official site, it shows the rating is still confirmed as MA 15 Now that GTA San Andreas is labeled an adult game ( meaning it's going to be very tough to get a copy for the time being ), politicians and anti violence activists around the world have seized the opportunity to attack violent games.
It isn't too lively right now, but as members submit them, they will be come readily availible for your use. Grand Theft Auto captured 5 out of the 19 awards at the Golden Joystick Awards in London in the beginning of the month. Don't forget to check out the e-mails, they contain some info as well... Link: Official GTA LCS Site Well the first nuggets of info are starting to come through now that suggest San Andreas will be re-released without the hot coffee scenes near the end of this month.
* Play Station 2 Game of the Year * BBC Radio One - Colin and Edith's Best Game Soundtrack of 2005 * Hero of 2005 (CJ) * Villain of 2005 (Officer Tenpenny) * Nuts Magazine's Ultimate Game of 2005 Source The official GTA Liberty City Stories site has been updated. It has been suggested by that San Andreas will be ready to ship on the 29th of August.