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Wednesday, 07 November 2007 11:18

Target will not stock Manhunt 2

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Too much controversy


ABCNews
is reporting that the retail giant, Target, has decided not to carry Rockstar Games controversial new game, Manhunt 2.

While Manhunt 2 has been given a 'Mature' rating by the ESRB, the company said in a press release that it had received additional information that players can potentially view previously filtered content by altering the game code. A spokesman said that it has decided not the carry the game because of  its overly violent content.

The company clearly feels that it does not want to get drawn into a similar fiasco when Rockstar hid explicit sexual content that was easily unlocked in the "M"-rated game, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
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