Two law firms have confirmed that they have filed lawsuits against Take Two on behalf of shareholders, claiming they lost money when the controversial GTA: San Andreas faced legal action over sex scenes unlocked in the game.
Rockstar, the game's developers, had to clean up and re-release the title last September after the "Hot Coffee" modification allowed users to have sex with their in-game girlfriends. Politicians furiously criticised the game, and claimed Rockstar had failed to mention the sexual content in hope of receiving a lower rating.
The game was re-released with an "Adults Only" rating in the US, which meant many retailers who refuse to stock AO titles pulled the game from their shelves.
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