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Grand Theft Auto V’s Topless Strippers Have Actual Gameplay Mechanics to Challenge

In Grand Theft Auto IV strippers were just eyecandy. They didn’t do anything else than giving Nico a non-interactive lapdance and that was it.
In Grand Theft Auto V things are different. Not only you’ll be able to interact with the strippers by pressing A to flirt and holding RT to touch them, but you’ll also have to watch out.

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get_real1435d ago

Its nice to see them strippers finally getting some polygons. Good stuff

Anthotis1435d ago ShowReplies(8)
alien6261434d ago

been playing the game for 1 day and its amazing on the detail rockstar as put in the game.

My guess everyone will love this game and will enjoy it.

PS yes i did buy this retail at a mom and pop shop.

TBONEJF1434d ago

at least they look better compare to GTA HOOKERS

Chrono1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

At this rate, we'll know the entire game by 17th of Sept.

paul-p19881434d ago

It's getting harder and harder to avoid the spoilers, i just want to experience it all myself on Tuesday... may have to shut down the internet for a couple of days lol

ginsunuva1434d ago

Watching videos of people shooting cops and going to strip clubs isn't really spoiling anything...

My_Name_BTW_Is_Dante1434d ago

Game of the Year will be Watchdogs.

Nice try though.

fattyuk1434d ago (Edited 1434d ago )

Watch dogs!?

lol it's gonna be good IMO but with bioshock infinite the last of us and GTA all released this year it sure ain't gonna be game of the year!

unprotected1435d ago

This is disgusting, more exploitation of women just to get more sales and media attention, these devs need to be taken to courts

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AIndoria1435d ago

Dude, stop being a radical feminist somewhere else. You'd probably be fine if there was a mission where a stripper kicks the guy in the nuts. Bugger off.

TryMe1435d ago

Ur acting as if the profession of a "stripper" doesn't exist in real life society today.

Plus, it's good paying profession for most mothers as well.

unprotected1435d ago

Its teens who are playing these games most of the time, and not adults, imagine them watching such scenes at their age? this is degrading the new generation, which is already looking quite low

Then people will cry out as to why young teens are raping and shooting innocent people in schools and shops

iNcRiMiNaTi1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

Seeing how these games aren't supposed to be sold or played by children under 18, if they're playing this game then that's bad parenting or people in that household just don't care what their kids are getting exposed to

Conzul1434d ago

@unprotected

all of the problems you cite in #3.3.1 can be traced to poor parenting, not to the game itself.
Wanna change the world? Stop griping about adult entertainment and go give a seminar on parenting.

Deep-throat1434d ago

"profession"

LOL?

"Plus, it's good paying profession for most mothers as well."

Let me laugh even harder.

Skizelli1434d ago

#3.3.1

You don't know what you're talking about. If you did your research, you'd find that the murder rate in the U.S. has been steadily declining since the early '90s, ever since people like you were bitching about Mortal Kombat and Night Trap. It's practically at an all-time low now.

Gster1434d ago

@unprotected
You know what man, I admire your concern. I think its an honourable thing to speak out against such things getting into the hands of teenagers and children. With that said, those of us who will be lawfully entitled to purchase and play the game can have a responsible attitude while playing or may even turn a blind eye to the less than tasteful scenes.

But you know whats even more curious to me is, I would love to know how many people on this site who have replied to you with less than courteous comments, are actually 18 yrs and over, and are legally entitled to play this game!

Skizelli1434d ago (Edited 1434d ago )

I can't believe I got disagrees on a statement defending video games from false accusations. On a gaming site, no less. But okay. Is this proof enough for you?

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us...

There's also plenty of current articles about the murder rate being at an all-time low. Google it.

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NarooN1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

How are the women being exploited? This is a real profession, that usually pays well for the women who did it. They aren't forced into doing it, they do it of their own accord. If anything, the stripper is exploiting her "talents" by having all these men (and women) pay her for her shows. She's manipulating her environment to attain something (money), just like any other job.

What about male strippers, too? It's the same thing. There's nothing inherently wrong with it and no one is being exploited.

unprotected1435d ago

Who fooled you with that statement that women choose to be strippers? they are forced to do it because there is no man to look after them, neither a job or education or a family, they are simply born with no parents, a one night stand, and there she is, a new soul on this earth with nothing to show for.

Just go and check any strippers background, and you will find out.

Bathyj1434d ago

Wow, unprotected. You just lost any moral high ground you thought you had with the statement because there is no man too protect them.

Whose the real sexist Neanderthal jerk here?

-Gespenst-1434d ago

That's an argument I have a real problem with. "It's a real profession", or "it's their job". How on earth does that legitimise anything? It was an American pilot's "job" to drop agent orange on Vietnam, does that make it okay? Does the fact that "it's how he / she earns money" somehow neutralise any ethical or moral question?

I'm not comparing stripping to agent orange bombings, but you see my point? Terrible things are justified every day because they're "a person's job". That justification can blind people to what's wrong about a thing. Talk about messed up priorities.

In some cases, strippers come from a background of fitness. Pole dancing is pretty great for your fitness. But in other cases, it's people who are struggling financially, and to be honest, stripping in that case really is one or two notches below prostitution. Stripping in general is a pretty culturally ugly thing anyhow. A strip club is just a hive of objectification, regardless of the gender it caters to.

NarooN1434d ago

Comparing people getting paid for showing off their bodies to a pilot in a war dropping napalm on enemy targets is a pretty ridiculous comparison, honestly.

Whether or not you think stripping is morally just doesn't really make any difference. I never said any job is "okay" just because it's a job. I was specifically talking about stripping.

As for a strip club being a "hive of objectification", that may be true, but once again it doesn't really matter. Everyone there is there of their own free will, and if that's how people wish to spend their money/earn their paycheck, then so be it. No one is being harmed.

People only view it as "culturally ugly" because for whatever reason, sex is frowned upon while violence is idolized. Sex is natural, and sex appeal is utilized in all sorts of marketing, even in subliminal fashions every day.

I don't understand people who try to talk down on people like this, the strippers, porn stars, etc. They're doing it consciously, no one is being hurt, so why do people get butthurt about it?

Bolts1434d ago

You can't exploit the willing.

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adventureghost1241435d ago

You know, even though it's been proven that video games actually reduce stress and prevent crime than cause it. Plus teens have seen much, much worse than gta on the internet stop acting like you know what's right for everybody because you really don't -_-. Plus I've seen your other comments and I do know people who are suppliers for fun.yes believe it or not whore's exist. Go be a stupid else where

adventureghost1241434d ago

• strippers • sorry everyone auto correct is a Bitch

NihonjinChick1435d ago (Edited 1435d ago )

There are actually some women who choose to be strippers. The profession is always as sleezy as you think. Most of the time they are subject to professional contracts and strict regulations.

There are even some women who choose to be things like prostitutes (Check the legal bunny ranches in certain Nevada counties)

Also, the fact that you think women need "a man to look after them" is sexist in it's own way.

It will be a cold day in hell the day I let a bunch of pixels offend me. I'm not a stripper so I don't care.

Tctczach1435d ago

@unprotected
Haha. You say women are forced to become strippers because no man wants to look after them? Now think about that for a second. You're saying women are not independent enough to make their career choices for themselves and that they are not self sufficient. Sound like you are the one who needs to reform their way of thinking.

AshleeEmerson1434d ago

I agree, I believe this profession just like any is subjective to how good or bad it is depending on the person viewing it. My cousin strips and to her it's just dancing and guess what she is during the day? She drives fire trucks. It's just simulation guys lol. Let's be mature and realistic about that fact that it's life and what a person chooses has NOTHING to do with no one's satisfaction except their own.

Enjoy the experience.

NihonjinChick1434d ago

Correction: The profession isn't* always as sleezy as you think.

GdaTyler1434d ago (Edited 1434d ago )

@unprotected

So this doesn't happen in real life in strip clubs? Grow up will you? The feminazi community sure is growing rapidly.