In his book, Porn and Pong: How Grand Theft Auto, Tomb Raider, and Other Sexy Games Changed Our Culture , writer Damon Brown (Playboy, New York Post, PlanetOut) explores the ever-evolving relationship between video games and sex. From Custer's Revenge in 1982 to the most recent incarnation of Grand Theft Auto, Brown takes us on a journey through America's sexual awakening and growing technological savvy. In Brown's eyes, it is no small coincidence that the increasing availability and acceptability of hard and soft core porn is mirroring the rise of sexualized imagery in video games. It's not just hot girls in small clothing, either; there's the "jiggle factor" (self explanatory), virtual relationships (Second Life, anyone?), and the Hot Coffee GTA mini game.