"Hot Coffee" Scandal was an Attack on Video Games, says Grand Theft Auto

The "Hot Coffee" scandal—a sex minigame found by a modder inside the code of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas—still weighs on Dan Houser, co-founder of Rockstar Games, which makes the series. In an interview with The Guardian, Houser said he views the seven-year-old incident as an attack on video gaming in general. » 11/24/12 1:00pm 11/24/12 1:00pm

"Hot Coffee" Class Action Suit Squashed By The Court

Take-Two won't be writing out as big a check as we expected to settle a class action lawsuit filed over "Hot Coffee" claims — the Court has issued an opinion on the matter this week, refusing to certify the proposed settlement class. That, according to our friendly neighborhood legal council, means that the publisher… » 8/05/08 5:20pm 8/05/08 5:20pm

"Hot Coffee" Class Action Suit Claims Show Very Few Were Offended

Who would have possibly thought that in a game filled with violence, foul language and generally deplorable behavior, that so few who owned Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas would be so apathetic about the hidden sexual content buried deep within? Certainly not the law firms who filed a class action suit against Take-Two… » 6/24/08 7:40pm 6/24/08 7:40pm