In Video Game, a Download Unlocks Hidden Sex Scenes

Action video games are renowned for serving up simulated gore and violence, but an intriguing mystery surfaced last week in which politics, business and simulated sex feature prominently as well.
With some code written by Patrick Wildenborg, a 36-year-old Dutch techie, and a few friends, some scenes in the best-selling video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas become sexually explicit.
His free code, which can be downloaded over the Internet, acts as a software key, Mr. Wildenborg explained. He said it merely unlocked the sexually graphic images that are hidden inside the game and written by programmers who work for the game’s developer, Rockstar Games, which is owned by Take-Two Interactive, a leading game publisher.
In Video Game, a Download Unlocks Hidden Sex Scenes – New York Times