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Take-Two has settled the Hot Coffee lawsuit for a whopping $20 million USD.
Jack Thompson has been disbarred and forced to pay $43,675 in fees to the Florida Bar. Thompson believes it was rushed through to prevent him pursuing another case.
Jack Thompson should be judged guilty on 27 misconduct charges according to the recommendations of a judge.
The Florida Supreme Court has ordered that Jack Thompson must show just cause for his abuses to the US legal system.
Now that the Hot Coffee lawsuit has come to a close, American gamers can scrabble to get a share of the pay-out as long as they have the evidence to back themselves up.
Jack Thompson, the man behind many controversies, is stalwartly standing by Mass Effect despite the Fox News shenanigans.
Mass Effect for the 360 has been banned in Singapore due to the inclusion of lesbian alien-on-human sex scenes in the game, according to sources.
In an effort to end the prolonged lawsuits over the GTA Hot Coffee mods, Take-Two has proposed a settlement to the case with a pay-out of $2.75 Million.
The ESRB has stood by the M rating given to the PSP version of Manhunt 2, despite the fact the uncensored content can be unlocked.
The official Virginia state report into the Virginia Tech massacre has officially found no link at all between violent games and the actions of Seung Hui Cho.
It seems that Hot Coffee is proving impossible to mop up for the game's publisher, with a new lawsuit threatening more cash.
Rockstar are being criticised once more - but not (for once) over hot beverages in GTA: SA. Their new game, "Bully" is causing a playground scrap...
Little old lady from NY sues after Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas sex scandal.
Hillary is outraged. Rockstar continues to claim that it did not have sexual relatio... sorry, leave sexual content in that code.
Californian Assemblyman takes pots shots at Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and the ESRB over alleged sexual content.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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