It's not the same as the "Hot Coffee" scandal, but it's something.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has Grand Theft Auto IV in its
sights over the inclusion of a drunk driving module in the game.
Noting that drunk driving claims nearly 13,500 lives each year, MADD said that it is "extremely disappointed" that the game lets users get virtually drunk and then get behind the wheel of an equally virtual automobile.
"Drunk driving is not a game and it is not a joke," MADD said. "Drunk driving is a choice, a violent crime, and it is also 100 percent preventable."
MADD is asking the Entertainment Software Rating Board to bump Grand Theft Auto IV's rating up to AO for Adults Only from M for Mature.
GTA IV is on track to set records for sales - and maybe console freezes as well - but what do you readers think about MADD's stance. Chime in!