The BBC screened The Gamechangers last night, the one-and-a-half hour dramatisation of the early days of Grand Theft Auto and Rockstar's battle with infamous US attorney Jack Thompson. And it is safe to say that the team at Rockstar didn't like it.

Indeed, although there are plenty who have taken to social networks to say they liked the dramatisation (something which the BBC made video clear at the beginning), Rockstar posted a tweet claiming that it bared little relation to the truth. The games developer also slammed Daniel Radcliffe's portrayal as company co-founder Sam Houser.

Tweeting openly to the BBC, the Rockstar Games Twitter account asked, "Was Basil Brush busy? What exactly is this random, made up bollocks?"

Rockstar never wanted to have anything to do with the drama and earlier this year filed a law suit on the belief that its trademarks could be "misused". However, the broadcast still aired and now there is inevitable backlash.

The BBC maintains that instead of portraying Rockstar employees or gaming in a bad light, The Gamechangers is about British success.

You can find out for yourself if you missed it, as the whole shebang is now available on BBC iPlayer to stream or download and watch offline.