So it would appear that now Best Buy is going to pull Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas off of the shelf following the discovery of some kind of nudie patch you can download to let you undress characters and make them do sex acts.
This is a violent game where you can shoot people, cut their heads off, kick people in the nuts, etc. Now how is it that, in this world, we can be OK with the violence, but as soon as we see pixelated boobies on screen we need to call the morality police? I personally don't have a problem with any of it (wouldn't let my kid play it), but how is one worse than the other?
And as for all of the people that think that self-regulation of the video game industry is a failure, here's a clue... try letting parents be parents for a change. The feds can't, shouldn't have to, and certainly shouldn't pay for a check to see that parents actually take interest in what their kids are doing.