Justin Lee On January 27, 2006 at 7:04 pm

Someone should keep a tab on how many lawsuits this game has generated:

The city attorney’s office has sued the makers of "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" for allegedly hiding pornographic material inside the video game, officials said.

Rocky Delgadillo said his office sued Rockstar Games and its parent company, Take-Two Interactive, for making misleading statements in marketing the game and engaging in unfair competition.

A telephone call made after business hours to a Take-Two spokesman in New York was not returned.

The game, released in October 2004, features characters that commit crimes such as murder, drug dealing and pimping.

The game also had an embedded "mini game" in which characters could engage in explicit sexual acts.

Of course, the strange part is you need a "cheating device" so activate the "sex mini game"…which is of course MISSING from this article.

From CNN.

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