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Tuesday, 17 June 2008 12:31

GTA IV in pedophile scandal

Written by Nick Farell
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Cheat leads to fake site


Grand Theft Auto IV has a “cheat” which lets the main character achieve a “five-star wanted rating” by clicking on a child beauty pageant Website.

The fake site, little lacysurprisepageant.com, displays a message from the authorities saying it has been closed down. It warns that anyone caught looking at it will be investigated and features the warning: “We see it all, we know it all.”

The cheat makes the game harder and leads to a thrilling car chases and shootouts. The domain name address is just one of dozens of fake sites in GTA IV that result in cheats to the storyline. There is no suggestion that any missions in the game allow players to act out the role of a pedophile, although you seem to commit every other crime possible.
Last modified on Tuesday, 17 June 2008 19:06

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