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Wednesday July 13, 2005 2:36 pm

“Hot Coffee” Reveals GTA Sex Minigame

Posted by Edwin Soto Categories: Action, Mods/Hacks, PC,

GTA Sex Minigame
While GTA: San Andreas is an M Rated game, a program labeled “Hot Coffee” seems to change that to X-Rated.  The app is for the PC version of the GTA title to change the original game code. While Hot Coffee is indeed under a lot of heat, they explain that they didn’t not implement the edited scene merely uncovered what was already there.  The scene involves your character going to see his girlfriend for some coffee.  In the unchanged version, moans and groans can be heard while the video and audio only suggest sex is taking place.  “Hot Coffee” uncovers the scene as it was meant to be seen (according to the makers of Hot Coffee) – with sexually explicit content.  Who’s telling the truth? Rockstar has this to say:

“So far we have learned that the “hot coffee” modification is the work of a determined group of hackers who have gone to significant trouble to alter scenes in the official version of the game,” reads the statement. “In violation of the software user agreement, hackers created the ‘hot coffee’ modification by disassembling and then combining, recompiling and altering the game’s source code. Since the ‘hot coffee’ scenes cannot be created without intentional and significant technical modifications and reverse engineering of the game’s source code, we are currently investigating ways that we can increase the security protection of the source code and prevent the game from being altered by the ‘hot coffee’ modification.”

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You guys really need some new editors as this has been in the news for about a month now.

How about the fact that this is such old news that the government is now getting involved and might change the game to an AO rating

Your comments are appreciated. Nice name by the way. The news is more about Rockstars comment, which is only One day old at the time of this reply. But since we hadnt even reported this story period, I decided to give the backstory to those who dont know about it.

I don’t see what the big deal is anyways.  It’s a hacked version—the game if played out of the box does not provide such ‘graphic’ scenes or audio.  I’d hardly consider this an easter egg, or anything else Rockstar could be help responsible for since and I quote “The app is for the PC version of the GTA title to change the original game code”  Get a grip flanders of the world


Ah, but you are wrong.  Rockstar has everything to do with this.  The same portion can be unlocked in the PS2 version.  Here’s an article from kotaku.com on it:

Gamespot writer and all around nice guy Tor writes that the site’s resident test editor was able to unlock the mini-game sex which is apparently built in to GTA: San Andreas with Action Replay Max and a brand new copy of the PS2 version of the game.

  To prove or disprove rumors that the PS2 San Andreas contains a sexually graphic minigame, GameSpot decided to test the cheat codes circulating around the Web on a sealed, first-edition copy of San Andreas. After acquiring the “Uncensored Hot Coffee” codes from the respected tech-blog Kotaku, we entered them into an easily obtainable Action Replay Max cheat device.

The little test went swimmingly and the editor was having rhythmic digital mini-game sex in no time. While Tor writes that the sex is nothing worse than what you would see in an episode of Sex in the City, it still seems to point to the fact that someone was a big, fat liar.

For weeks Rockstar has been denying they had anything to do with this content, but it sounds like that’s not true.

I spoke with a Rockstar spokesman this afternoon and asked him this question:

Would it be correct to say that the statement you released earlier this week means that Rockstar did not put what is being called the Hot Coffee content on the game disc?

The spokesman said it would absolutely be correct and said that the statement was written the way it was to clear up confusion, not create more. He also said that the company had no plans on saying that the content was in fact made by Rockstar and put in the game as a marketing ploy.

While I’m not saying this guy lied to me, nor am I saying this latest revelation proves that Rockstar did indeed purposely release this content as some sort of sexy Easter Egg, I sure can’t figure out how Rockstar couldn’t be innocent in all of this.


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