Gta San Andreas Strip Club
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Can someone please tell me how to get a private lapdance in any one of the strip clubs in San Andreas ? I've tried walking into the red circle that is supposed to trigger off the activity in the club and nothing happens.
According to documents obtained by US website Gamasutra, E.S.S. Entertainment - owners of The Play Pen club - filed suit against Rockstar in April of last year. The suit claimed that the strip club in GTA, which is titled The Pig Pen, represented trademark infringement, due to its similar name, logo, awning and 'Totally nude' advertising slogan.
The Big Spread Ranch is located in eastern Bone County, just west of the district of Whitewood Estates in Las Venturas and east of Area 69; the strip club is also situated near an Ammu-Nation store. As is with any strip club in the game, players can receive a private dance for a fee or throw money at the strippers. It shares the same interior as Nude Strippers Daily.
The Ghost Guard is supposedly a particular security guard pedestrian who spawns in the most strip clubs and casino interiors. If the player enters a strip club or casino and begins shooting, attacking people, or disturbing any strippers, the guard will attempt to kill the player like he normally would. However, if the guard is killed, another guard may immediately spawn in his place and continue attacking the player.
The United States Constitution has once again affirmed the freedom for video strippers in Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to shake their digital naughty bits without fear of trademark violation.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday dismissed a lawsuit by owners of the East Los Angeles strip club, "The PlayPen," against Rockstar's depiction of a similar strip club called "The Pig Pen," located in the game's fictional city of East Los Santos.
PlayPen owners, ESS Entertainment 2000, claim the video game skin joint infringes trademark and trade dress associated with their club. (Trade dress involves the "total image" of a product, like size, shape, color, graphics, or even a particular sales technique).
ESS claims that Rockstar borrowing the PlayPen's "distinctive logo" and look without their permission is likely to confuse customers as to whether ESS has endorsed or is associated with the virtual strip club.
The PlayPen's logo consists of the words "the PlayPen" and the phrase "Totally Nude" displayed in a public domain font with a nude silhouette of female dancer in the first "P." The court's three-judge panel notes there are also several different versions of the silhouette used in various forms of the club's advertising.
San Andreas game designers do in fact admit they took inspiration for the virtual club from photographs of the PlayPen. They also claim to have used design aspects from other strip clubs in the East Los Angeles area in its creation.
A player can enter the virtual strip club in Los Santos, but ESS has provided no evidence that the setting is anything but generic. It also seems far-fetched that someone playing San Andreas would think ESS had provided whatever expertise, support, or unique strip-club knowledge it possesses to the production of the Game. A reasonable consumer would not think a company that owns one strip club in East Los Angeles, which is not well known to the public at large, also produces a technologically sophisticated video game like San Andreas.
Jizzy B. is the owner of Pleasure Domes, a private strip club in San Fierro. He is also the city's biggest pimp and a member of the Loco Syndicate. He becomes an enemy to Carl after he realizes Jizzy B. is supplying drugs to the Grove Street Families with the Loco Syndicate. 2b1af7f3a8