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Forums GTA Should Rockstar remove sexual content in the next GTA?

I read in the GTA 5 Wishlist a while back that someone thought there should be no sexal content in GTA V, just violence. Another user (I forget who) said they were getting sick of seeing sexual jokes in GTA, saying that it's immature. What do you think? Should Rockstar remove sexual content in the next GTA? Sgt. S.S. 21:12, September 25, 2010 (UTC)

I think there should be more sexual content in gta V. The games are getting more realistic so not having nudity in strip clubs doesn't make sense.Jaceysdad 21:52, September 25, 2010 (UTC)
well, the violence and swearing already qualify it for an R18 or M rating, so you may as well throw in sexual content as well!Delo19xcrowbarx 08:18, September 26, 2010 (UTC)
Sometimes I think that the sexual content in this game is a little overdone, as it is pretty much a pointless aspect of gameplay that has no benefits except watching digital breasts, but to be honest it does tie in with the whole 'crime' concept which the game is based around, as what is violence, sex and drugs without sex? It doesn't make much of a game about the vices in life without that. I think that they got it right in GTA IV though, so I think the should keep the same amount or lower it a bit more, but I don't really see all the point in digital nudity. It's not real, so why are we watching it? What I would like to see is a slight decrease in the amount of swearing in the game, I know that most of it is in context but a lot of it is just random and not exactly needed, and to be honest, it does get annoying to us moral people.
If anything, it should be increased, so should swearing and violence. It helps with the immersion and makes everything more realistic. NT92 20:47, October 9, 2010 (UTC)
I think that they should at least have the strippers take their clothes off or at least be topless amd show full nudity in cutscenes that start in strip clubs (i.e Catch The Wave and One Last Thing in GTA IV) but they mainly stay in the background and only a few close-up scenes from them like they do in any strip club scenes in movies. A M rating for games is the same thing as an R rating for movies. They show hookers "perfrom" on Niko, show Congressman Stubbs's genitals in TLAD, and show a rigorous bathroom sex scene in TBoGT and an even more rigorous scene showing a girl's breasts in Red Dead Redemption. The next GTA should try to push the sexual content/nudity envelope a little bit more.
I understand what you're saying, and I have morals too, but this really isn't a "moral-based game" or franchise for that matter. I have the actual game guide and it hints around at what Niko's morals tell him what to do (i.e. Kill Playboy X rather than Dwayne) but with all the sex, drugs and crime, swearing, violence and sex-related jokes are inevitable.
OK I like sex what red blooded male doesn't but IMV they need to be aware kids play these game so rockstar really need to be responsible and ad a option were you can remove or turn down sex language and violence --Owen1983 02:19, April 27, 2011 (UTC)
Rockstar games in no way is responsible for raising or regulateting what parents children do or do not watch/play thats the parents responsibility to read the rating.Grpeephole303 03:51, October 13, 2011 (UTC)

(undent) Sexual content started from GTA1 and till today.I think Rockstar will have to stop this to avoid controverses and make the game more suitabile for kids and senstive pepole.

GTA is an adult game. They should definitely increase the sex factor. The strip clubs should actually feature, y'know...strippers. Theres enough violence and swearing already but i wouldn't argue against more. Anyway the sex related stuff as long as its done properly just helps with the immersion into the game. And its obvious what choices Niko as a character would make as opposed to what the player chooses. One example of his morals is that he doesn't hurt women, and no cutscenes or predetermined animations (such as stealing cars) show him hitting women (except Gracie) NT92 00:41, June 15, 2011 (UTC)

What purpose does increasing the sex factor serve? It's not a very important part of the game, it rarely affects the gameplay one way or another, and where it does (sex with prostitutes) it's already as explicit as they can make it without having the game become NC17. And the reason there never has and never will be an NC17 game is because no mainstream retailer would stock it and it wouldn't make any money.
And I'd personally love to see the end of stripclubs, because after the "OMG IT IS TEH EDGY AND THEREFORE TEH AWSUM" factor wears off it's just boring and stupid, looking at pixelated tits that aren't even that realistic looking. And there's always a stupid mission where you have to watch the striptease and it takes like 5 minutes of doing nothing and it's boring and it's stupid.
As far as violence goes, what more do you want? Disembowlings and the Saw movies? Ew. No. It too is perfect where it is and shouldn't be changed. McJeff (talk this way)/(stalk this way) 02:28, June 15, 2011 (UTC)
owen 1983 u are SO FUCKING stupid screw senstive people and it is fun to hump a hooker and see tittys also we want VAGINA We already see pee pee only gays wnat penis
As a side note, anyone who fails to properly indent their post will be reverted on the spot. McJeff (talk this way)/(stalk this way) 02:28, June 15, 2011 (UTC)
"they need to be aware kids play these game" - These games were not made for kids, hence the 18 rating the game has in the UK, or the M rating is has in the United States. But it doesn't stop stupid parents buying it for them. Dan the Man 1983 20:17, June 15, 2011 (UTC)
No. These games weren't made for kids so what reason is there to remove it? Russelnorthrop 04:56, January 28, 2012 (UTC)
The rating's are not rules, they are just guidelines. It's very wrong to restrict kids from playing violent games, violent games have NO effect, only soccermoms think that they do.
Stupid parents? Haha no, more like smart parrents that aren't so stupidly overprotective.
I'm under 18, not even 14 actually. And i play GTA, have a problem with that?
Since you are a soccermom, you probably think im all like "yo busta wanna fight". Actually i haven't harmed anyone, and will never will. Infact i'm against violence. Dei82ty 13:07, March 9, 2012 (UTC)
These are some great explanations. Some parents are just too overprotective and thinks playing games like GTA will change their kids. In my opinion, it makes me want to do the things in the game less, because of the consequences. They do have options in some games that turns off things like language and blood (Brutal Legend for example) Why cant Rockstar add it in, just as a precaution, but as for the sexual content, if that increases, we are looking at a AO rating, and most of the population that play is kids whose parents dont care about an M rating, but an AO should get them to think again and less people would buy it, and then Rockstar will get the same problems as when they released GTA 4, lawyers who are against the violence in games like Jack Thompson, so I think they should just keep the content where it is now, it would be for the better. --Freelance7 20:25, June 15, 2012 (UTC) [1]

To be honest, this game is already filled with things that are worse than the sexual content. It adds realism and may as well stay since I don't think it makes the game that much worse. Gbarker2000