The code was already present. Coded BY ROCKSTAR.
This is not true. There is no way to access any such scene without altering the program's executable code. In fact, they explicitly coded that the illicit content should not appear, and some hacker ALTERED THAT CODE to show it.
You have to alter the EXE.
Let that sink in for a while.
As a programmer, I can alter any given EXE to take you to a porn site, for example. Yes, even your internet explorer / firefox. Does that make mozilla or microsoft responsible?
The crucial point is that with an off the shelf game you will never, ever see any of this or experience any of this.
You have to actually make changes to the game's instructions, you know the executable code, in order to do so. Basically you have to alter the line that says 'NEVER SHOW THIS STUFF' to 'SHOW THIS STUFF NOW'. Altering the game in a very crucial way. The very fact that the code said 'NEVER SHOW THIS STUFF, EVER' and had to be altered by someone in a hex editor or whatever to change it to 'SHOW THIS STUFF' shows that ROCKSTAR never intented people to see this. In fact, the program code EXPLICITLY STATES that people are not to see this, ever, and has to be altered for it to become available.
So my position stants. In an unaltered 'unhacked' version of the game, this content is not 'present' at all and there is no way to access it. You have to -edit- the game EXE to see it. And I could apply similar small edits to any program out there to make them show you porn.This comment was edited on Jul 14, 16:35.