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Warning: Latest GTA: San Andreas Steam Patch Removes Licensed Music

The latest Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas patch is removing content that users had previously paid for.

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ValKilmer1533d ago

Wow, that's absolutely awful. If you paid for the game, you should keep all the content that was agreed upon when you made your purchase.

Blaze9291533d ago

the rights expiring thing makes sense - but how do they do that when the PS2 and Xbox versions cant be patched?

Snookies121533d ago

That's terrible, what the heck man...

Robochobo1533d ago (Edited 1533d ago )

Digital Distribution everyone. Glad I still own it for the original Xbox or I'd be a lot more aggravated.

ValKilmer1533d ago (Edited 1533d ago )

It's too bad that you have to choose between having a complete low-res game and an incomplete HD version, though.

yewles11533d ago

Actually, the this new patch unfixes the 1920x1080 glitch and removes the setting completely...

http://www.rockstarnexus.co...

-Foxtrot1533d ago

You know Rockstar gets enough money, you'd think they could sort out the music licenses

Hell after SA the music has got worse and worse...maybe Rockstar are getting cheap.

Hereiamhereibe21533d ago

That or music labels are asking for way too much. Hell if rockstar asks to have one of your songs in there game just let them for free, i mean who does it hurt?

scark921533d ago

If anything it helps the artist, the amount of times I started listening to an artist because I heard it in a video game is countless..

GamingCurse1533d ago

that really a bull shit....

Date_Um_Sage1533d ago

Just imagine if you patched your money back a little, "oh no we can't have that now!!"

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