If you weren't the slightest bit disturbed by the torture mission, you are most likely just too young to fully grasp the concept of what was happening, and also the message Rockstar was trying to portray with the entire scene.
Or you could be a sociopath. Either way, I'm concerned. I'm not writing Congress about it so don't get your panties in a bunch... but video games should be about entertainment. Torture is not (inherently) entertaining, and if you find it to be, you should probably keep that to yourself.
I'm 17 years and that scene had no effect on me what so ever.
I know the world is a dirty place, and playing a f*cking video game with f*cking pixels and 3D Models dont have affect on me.
Oh no, a 3D model getting his teeth pulled out or a sledge in his balls.
This is the reason why we should be more careful what we put in games like this because there going to be people under the age playing them . I have pointed this out many times the torture mission is totally not necessary like many other things in the game they should clean up some parts of the game like paying for sex .
Please tell me you're trolling.
The game is rated for adults. If a parent buys the game for their 9-year-old son without a care, that's THEIR fault. We shouldn't have to censor or "clean up" entertainment that's meant to be consumed and understood by adults purely because of the knowledge that underage gamers get it purchased for them anyway. It's the parents' responsibility to ensure that their children get content appropriate for their maturity, not the entertainment makers.
A parent purchasing a game that involves mass murder, sexual content, torture, and various other forms of depravity for their underage kids doesn't show anything bad about the entertainment industry. It DOES show something bad about a society in which parents cluelessly expose their kids to it, often without even trying to read the content warnings, and then shift the blame onto the creators when they get caught f*cking up.