@mwewerka:I'm not fueling it with hate, I'm fueling what is considered fair game. GTA in particular is a series that is not just about the open world or it's story and characters (cause to be honest, there a sh*t ton of games that do all of that whether it be for better or worse now-a-days), but is know for the creative freadom that is given to modders. OpenIV was one of the most essencial tools for mods within GTA right now and all of a sudden for it to be taken away is too fishy to be just because of what Take-Two stated. Take-two made a huge mistake, because they accused the modding comunity of making "hax" when in reality they have nothing to show if any of that is true, as well as it doesn't make enough sense for this type of action to even be justified. If their intention was to stop "hax" from being made, then why an instant cease and desist? why couldn't they just contact the OpenIV crew directly and figure out a way to fix the problem without causing a major incident. The answer is because they couldn't in any other way, they obviously saw mods a a threat to their GTA online scam, cause at thei moment, people are starting to discover mods such as FiveM and that they can use mods there, which make GTA online irelevant when you think about how people can actually polish a game into something better, plus making it completely free. But this is a just a guess for the reason, but the fact is that they attacked the modding community with a very weak accusation that doesn't have any proof to it, and what these steam reviews are doing might not be enough to make a dent in their sales, since everything comes from their microtransactions in game now.