New Grand Theft Auto lets players feel ashamed about using prostitutes
THE latest game in the Grand Theft Auto series will allow players to pay women for sex and then deal with complex feelings of shame.
New in-game footage shows a player picking up a street-walker, performing sex acts behind a skip full of rubble and broken printer parts, then sitting alone in their car weeping.
The sophisticated game engine stops players from functioning normally in relationships while a Lust meter creeps up and sends them back to the prostitutes to begin the cycle again.
A spokesman for GTA developers Rockstar said: “We’ve used the latest motion capture technology so you can really see the thinly-veiled disgust on the hooker’s face as she has sex with you.
“This is followed by a slo-mo sequence where your expression collapses from momentary euphoria into profound self-loathing, all to the soundtrack of 50 Cent’s P.I.M.P.
“We’ve chucked out all the stuff about racing cars, robbing banks and shooting the police, because when did you ever hear a gamer talk about that shit?
“Players can still kill prostitutes, but that kicks off a creeping insanity subgame which replaces every character model in the game with the victim’s bloodied face.
“It eventually disables all movement controls except ‘curl into a ball and scream’.”