I am sure you have all read about the "Hot Coffee" mod for GTA. If not, Google it - its out there. - It 1st started off as it being a hack mod for the PC version of GTA: San Andreas. I 1st saw it on G4's Attack Of The Show. Many people called it a fake. But, it is indeed real. - Rockstar denies they put ANY "Hot Coffee" content in the game. - Gamespot.com proved, with the use of Gameshark codes, the content is available from the PS2 version. Meaning, Rockstar put this content in there - on purpose. Any claims that this is the work of hackers, are not valid. - XBox GTA may not have this content accessable, because when you open the CD tray, the game gets wiped from the system memory - thus removing any possibility of messing with GTA, via Gameshark method. Maybe someone has a modded XBox that can access this content. - Lots of Government Officials (including Sen. Clinton) are getting geared up to take on Rockstar for this. OK. Rockstar creates a franchise that basically revolutionizes the game industry. Anything with GTA on it will sell. You may hate the content, but the mechanics and the sandbox gameplay is unmatched. People love these games and will buy them. Why jepordize your success with something like this? There is even talk that the content was put in there, then leaked on purpose to hackers to get it out in the open. If this is true - it's pretty cheap. I think it would have been better if they left the content in and let the ERSB give it whatever rating it deserves. Given that Rockstar claims the content was there via hackers and modders and then being proven its in the PS2 version, makes Rockstar look bad. They lied. I don't think Rockstar will get shut down, but their rep and image is not so good. It no longer feels like they want to make great games for us. If feels like they are looking for trouble and just want to push buttons.