The Australian authorities have joined the war of words over Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and banned the game after it was found to contain softcore pornography.
The Australian board of Film and Literature Classification has withdrawn its certification for the game meaning it cannot be "legally sold, hired, advertised or exhibited" anywhere in the country.
"The Classification Board made this decision on the basis that it contains contentious material (activated through a code or otherwise) that was not brought to the Board’s attention when it was classified," said the organisation.
"The Board found that the content unlocked by a third party “Hot coffee” modification contained material that could not be accommodated at the MA15+ classification."
The furore over the hidden scenes has led Senator Hillary Clinton to introduce a law that would put greater controls on games manufacturers. The manufacturer Take Two Entertainment is currently undergoing a probe by the FTC over the affair.
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