Take-Two Interactive Software announced that all of the class action lawsuits pending in the U.S. against it and Rockstar Games relating to the Hot Coffee Modification of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas have been settled. The proposed settlement is pending preliminary and final approval from the U.S. District Court for the Southern district of New York. I’m not sure how Take-Two can say the suit is settled and then say the settlement is not yet approved.
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Under the settlement, class members will be able to get benefits if they bought a copy of GTA: San Andreas before July 20, 2005, were offended, wouldn’t have bought the game if they knew the mod could be applied and would have returned the game upon learning of the mod possibility.
The settlement entitles those meeting the guidelines to exchange the disc for an edited version and a cash payment of up to $35. I never understood this personally. People bought a game rated “M” for mature with violent content and all, then were offended because you could see some animated sex.
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