Here's a screenshot posted by a player who killed the prostitute with a hatchet to get their money back: The Grand Theft Auto series was engulfed in controversy in 2005 when it was discovered that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas had a feature hidden on the disc that allowed players to play a sex minigame named "Hot Coffee" that saw the main character have sex with women.
Although Rockstar Games had disabled the feature, essentially removing it from the game, players figured out that it took just a simple modification to add it back in.
Now running on the Play Station 4 and Xbox One, players can enjoy the game in first-person mode, making it seem as if they're really inside the game.
The game was pulled from some retailers, and later re-released as an adult game with a new age rating.
When Grand Theft Auto V was first released in 2013, players were amused to find that they could listen in to other people talking to the game’s virtual strippers.
A 2013 Guardian comment article argued that the Grand Theft Auto series demeans women by reducing them to unplayable characters.
It's important to note, however, that the most recent game allows you to play as a woman in its online mode.
Natt told police in a statement that it was for sex parties he hosted at the home, ABC Action News reported.
Natt told police the cameras were for his personal use and not on when guests are in the home, but police told WFLA the cameras can be operated remotely.
Needless to say, this will be controversial, and the company has likely deliberately created this aspect of the game in part because it knows it will generate headlines.
Prostitutes have controversially existed in Grand Theft Auto games for years, but in the past, players have had their view of sex acts obscured by car doors.
Derek Starnes, in a call to ABC Action News, said he and his wife were “freaked out” by the incident.
Starnes explained he saw a black hole on the smoke detector and took it down.
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