On Tuesday we reported that the FTC have launched an investigation into advertising claims made for GTA San Andreas, now it has emerged that a granny is filing a lawsuit in the southern district of New York after she bought the “M” rated game for her teenage grandson.
“The plaintiff, Florence Cohen, claims in her lawsuit that she purchased the game for her teenage grandson in or about late 2004 when the game was rated “M” for mature by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board and was damaged when it came to light that sexually explicit scenes believed to be inaccessible by players were left in the game by developers. The lawsuit makes claims of unfair business practices, consumer deception and false advertising against Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games.”
We’ll keep you updated, as always. Thanks to the guys at Gamers.com for the news.