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Grand Theft Auto SA Settlement Website Now Online; Offended? Make $35!

Infuriated gamers anxious for monetary compensation for the sexual deviancy unearthed by hacker trickery in Rockstar North's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PC, PS2, Xbox) can now file their settlement claim online.

GTA publisher Take-Two's settlement of the class-action lawsuit brought against them allows customers who purchased copies of GTA:SA manufactured before June 20, 2005—otherwise known as the "Hot Coffee" version—to have their discs replaced with the revised edition of the game or supply proof of purchase for a partial cash refund.

Customers looking to submit a claim must swear under penalty of perjury that they were "offended and upset by the ability of consumers to use third party software and/or hardware to modify and alter the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas First Edition Disc to display the Hot Coffee content," according to the settlement's notice package PDF.