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3rd Aug '17 4:34:20 AM Morgenthaler
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2nd Aug '17 7:15:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', a game which, as released, does not actually let you control the player's sexual activities -- you just consent to going up to the girl's apartment for "coffee", and then [[TheImmodestOrgasm hear a lot of moaning]]. Interactivity was originally programmed in, but later [[DummiedOut isolated from gameplay so that there was no way to reach it]]; hackers discovered it, prompting a huge furor from MoralGuardians. Rockstar Games [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity benefited from the press]] but lost a lot of money from the lawsuits, as well as from having to pull the game from shelves to be fixed and re-released.
** With ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'', the reactions of the MoralGuardians are HilariousInHindsight. While you still do not see anything when you go up to a girlfriend's apartment, the prostitution cutscenes have gotten upgraded to a full OptionalSexualEncounter - including a choice of services, and realistic animations to go with them. While the characters [[RightThroughHisPants remain clothed]] and [[SceneryCensor partially-obscured]], it essentially boils down to Hot Coffee - minus the interactivity. While that itself means that it isn't part of this trope, it's still pretty interesting that the MoralGuardians haven't said 'boo' about it. Apparently sex is okay in video games, as long as you can't ''interact'' with it. Yes, despite all the [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential various illegal and immoral activities one can do]] in the series, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a perfectly legal and consensual heterosexual encounter]] is what raised the most controversy.
** The game even references the Hot Coffee incident by awarding the player an [[BraggingRightsReward achievement/trophy]] entitled "Warm Coffee" when they have said OptionalSexualEncounter with anyone for the first time.

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The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'', a game which, as released, does not actually let you control the player's sexual activities -- you just consent to going up to the girl's apartment for "coffee", and then [[TheImmodestOrgasm hear a lot of moaning]]. Interactivity was originally programmed in, but later [[DummiedOut isolated from gameplay so that there was no way to reach it]]; hackers discovered it, prompting a huge furor from MoralGuardians. Rockstar Games [[NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity benefited from the press]] but lost a lot of money from the lawsuits, as well as from having to pull the game from shelves to be fixed and re-released.
** With ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'', the reactions of the MoralGuardians are HilariousInHindsight. While you still do not see anything when you go up to a girlfriend's apartment, the prostitution cutscenes have gotten upgraded to a full OptionalSexualEncounter - including a choice of services, and realistic animations to go with them. While the characters [[RightThroughHisPants remain clothed]] and [[SceneryCensor partially-obscured]], it essentially boils down to Hot Coffee - minus the interactivity. While that itself means that it isn't part of this trope, it's still pretty interesting that the MoralGuardians haven't said 'boo' about it. Apparently sex is okay in video games, as long as you can't ''interact'' with it. Yes, despite all the [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential various illegal and immoral activities one can do]] in the series, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a perfectly legal and consensual heterosexual encounter]] is what raised the most controversy.
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controversy. The game even references the Hot Coffee incident by awarding the player an [[BraggingRightsReward achievement/trophy]] entitled "Warm Coffee" when they have said OptionalSexualEncounter with anyone for the first time.
2nd Aug '17 7:13:34 AM Morgenthaler
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25th Jul '16 3:07:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''CenturionDefenderOfRome'' had an example, if you managed to negotiate a peaceful alliance with Egypt. Cut to a night encounter with Cleopatra, where you have to negotiate a different kind of alliance...

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* ''CenturionDefenderOfRome'' ''VideoGame/CenturionDefenderOfRome'' had an example, if you managed to negotiate a peaceful alliance with Egypt. Cut to a night encounter with Cleopatra, where you have to negotiate a different kind of alliance...
21st Jul '16 8:47:48 AM TimeTravelerEon
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** In co-op for both this and [[VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird the sequel]], Escort missions have the second player pleasing the client in the backseat rather than having to find a hooker to do the work for them.
8th Jul '16 8:51:47 PM bomberman121890
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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("[[Main/Markiplier press B to blow!]]").

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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("[[Main/Markiplier press ("press B to blow!]]").blow!").
8th Jul '16 8:51:11 PM bomberman121890
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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("[[Markiplier press B to blow!]]").

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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("[[Markiplier ("[[Main/Markiplier press B to blow!]]").
8th Jul '16 8:50:43 PM bomberman121890
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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("[[LetsPlay/Markiplier press B to blow!]]").

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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("[[LetsPlay/Markiplier ("[[Markiplier press B to blow!]]").
8th Jul '16 8:49:13 PM bomberman121890
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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("press B to thrust!").

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This trope often crosses over with OptionalSexualEncounter, since (most) games do not make sex mandatory. Often overlaps with IkeaErotica ("press ("[[LetsPlay/Markiplier press B to thrust!").blow!]]").
1st Jul '16 10:50:33 PM Lirodon
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* ''VideoGame/WayOfTheSamurai 4'' has "night crawling" activities, where you set up a rendezvous with a female NPC, sneak into their house at night and find her, and then take them to an inn. There, you partake in "sexy time"; a.k.a. fight her until her most of her clothes fall off. Yes, it actually is historically accurate (except for the fighting part)

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* ''VideoGame/WayOfTheSamurai 4'' has "night crawling" activities, where you set up a rendezvous with a female NPC, sneak into their house at night and find her, and then take them to an inn. There, you partake in "sexy time"; a.k.a. fight her until her most of her clothes fall off. Yes, it actually is ''is'' [[ShownTheirWork historically accurate (except accurate]] (well, except for the fighting part)
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