However now it has been confirmed that GTA San Andreas has had it's rating completely removed.The Office of Film and Literature Classification board in Australia has demanded that the game be removed from stores all over the country.
Although the controversy may have put the game in the limelight, this obviously is one step too far.
It looks likely that GTA San Andreas will not be available now until Rockstar can release a alternative version that will not allow the 'Hot Coffee Mod' to work.
*Some fixes to ensure reverb is not present at certain save points. *Crash occuring when using "user radio files" while the frame limiter is disabled.
It has been on the cards for a while and was previously thought that GTA San Andreas might survive Australia's strict age ratings.
Under no circumstances have any of us ever had the urge to stab someone, or even raise our fists in anger, just because we've been seen it in a game.
In other words, we have a firm grasp on reality and know when we are playing a game or not. Unfortunately, there are a few desperate souls out there that do not know the difference.
However, it is my personal belief that the new version will be back on shelves as soon as possible.
Many stores will not want to miss out on the many sales this game will bring.
If you dont have a 100% , you will after they call.
Denise seems to stay at 98% if you dont take her out.
No More Hot Anyways, this patch also fixes a few bugs: ADDITIONS - Added support for 720p and 1080i HDTV resolutions (may also do 1080p, not sure). BUGS FIXED *Issue fixed on machines where the OS has been updated (one OS installed over top of another) and has 2 registry keys that point to the users "My Documents" folder (we incorrectly used to assume the Win2000 folder, now correctly uses the last installed OS folder) - users know this as "user account period bug".