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This topic contains 10 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  philippe_j 12 years, 3 months ago.

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  • #4549

    omen
    Participant

    Seeing as there a bit of a ruckus in the Us about this again with new laws and ESRB wanting a full audit of releases since 2004, I was just wondeing….how many people here have actually seen / player the hot coffee game. And was it really that bad?? I haven’t seen it, so I’m actually just an interested party.

  • #24915

    Pete
    Participant

    Was it just on the PC version or did it make it in to the PS2 version too?

  • #24916

    omen
    Participant

    I think you could connect your ps2 memory card to a pc and download the unlock onto so you could do all platforms I think.

  • #24917

    ian_hannigan
    Participant

    You should find your answer here: :twisted:

    http://www.gtasanandreas.net/news/single.php?id=1469

  • #24918

    philippe_j
    Participant

    I finally installed it a month ago, after reaching 50% or so in the game.
    Also, if you do play it, you realise that the actors did record voice acting for the part (ergo, it’s strong evidence that this never was a hack, but a feature that got dropped at the last moment).
    To be fair, it fits nicely in the spirit of the game, being an actual minigame, much like the Gym exercises, in difficulty.
    The animations are fairly graphic in their depiction of the act, if you ignore the clipping errors on the female models (the armpits are non existent, for some reason).
    I didn’t install the version that spoils the gameplay though, I only wanted the “uncensored” flag toggle version, where I still have to work to get to make my girlfriends happy and where if you don’t satisfy them (which happened the first time to me, ironically) you lose relationship points.

    #include anti American rant :roll:
    #include relevant humourous (and American) link : planetFargo

    PS: that link to the SanAndreas website has some very funny little comics too. *copy paste*:
    In other news, this is why I love webcomics.

    I love the one about online porn… so true :lol:

    Philippe

  • #24936

    GizmoDX
    Participant

    you forgot the best gaming webcomic
    http://www.penny-arcade.com/images/2005/20050720l.jpg
    Penny arcade.

    never seen that little gamers or extra life, pretty good.

  • #24940

    philippe_j
    Participant

    Ay, I didn’t bother, seeing how popular it is. I am just surprised PvP didn’t mention the whole thing, though…
    Some of the webcomics out there are quite good, really. It’s a shame there are so many, yet so little time :P

  • #24966

    gizmo
    Participant

    I only saw the screenshots that appeared in PC Gamer a month or two ago. To be honest they were a little over the top and Rockstar should probably have known better than to include them…

    One thing I found strange throughout all of this though and I’m not sure its been mentioned specifically, why is gratuitous violence and bad language acceptable in the US (with an R/18 cert) and abit of “nudity” not?

  • #24969

    Skyclad
    Participant

    One thing I found strange throughout all of this though and I’m not sure its been mentioned specifically, why is gratuitous violence and bad language acceptable in the US (with an R/18 cert) and abit of “nudity” not?[/quote:04cf7fe015]

    Gratuitous violence is normally carried out with the use of guns, which is a god given right to all americans. Nudity is expressely frowned upon as it can lead to arousal, which can lead to deviant thoughts, which allows the devil to take control of you, resulting in the use of your gun to kill people.

    Thankfully, we Irish folks prefer to allow arousal and prohibit the use of guns, even thought it will result in our collective damnation. Personally, I’ve always felt it was a bit unfair of god to stick us with a genetic preponerance towards arousal, while not making guns grow on trees…

    Of course suggesting god made a mistake by activating our arousal gene would probably get me shot :(

    Dave

  • #24974

    Pete
    Participant

    There are a few Spooks assembling on the grassy knoll as we speak…

  • #24977

    philippe_j
    Participant

    One thing I found strange throughout all of this though and I’m not sure its been mentioned specifically, why is gratuitous violence and bad language acceptable in the US (with an R/18 cert) and a bit of “nudity” not?[/quote:9cafb002ce]

    The eternal question, eh?
    Essentially it boils down to this: Americans are Protestant (And I mean that in the original sense, not the Irish/English problem) and originally mainly Anglo Saxons (which is to say Germanic people).
    Note that from my experience, bad language isn’t acceptable in the US. I had never heard (or known the concept) of “beeps” until I discovered English/American TV and music (a song where you cut the lyrics? WTF?)
    This whole obsession over swearing has always fascinated me, as much as it makes me want to puke when it becomes this monstrosity that is “political correctness”.

    As Obelix would say “Ils sont fous ces Romains”.

    Philippe

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