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GTA V release date tipped for PS4, Xbox One, PC

GTA V release date tipped for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Several sources are coming together to form a Voltron of clues this week pointing toward a final release date for GTA V for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game has been rumored for several weeks to be appearing on the 14th of November here in the United States. The newest clue suggest that the 18th of November is more likely.

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Watch GTA V as a first-person shooter, looking like Half-Life

Watch GTA V as a first-person shooter, looking like Half-Life

If we didn’t know better, we’d guess that this Grand Theft Auto 5 video was created with Valve’s Source engine. Instead, modded XBLToothPik suggests he’s working with a modded Xbox 360 and the original Grand Theft Auto V to create a first-person experience for the game. Not just first-person inside vehicles, first person everywhere, at all times.

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Rockstar GameSpy effects: GTA, Max Payne, Red Dead Redemption

Rockstar GameSpy effects: GTA, Max Payne, Red Dead Redemption

It’s time to roll out the changes with the GameSpy closure taking place at the end of May. Game crew after game crew are making clear the list of games that’ll be affected by GameSpy’s removal of services from the marketplace, this affecting not just multiplayer gaming for many games, but 3rd party services as well. Today, it’s RockStar’s turn.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/28/14: Obama Iron Man, Mt Gox, GTA online

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/28/14: Obama Iron Man, Mt Gox, GTA online

We’re coming down off the Mobile World Congress 2014 high to find that things aren’t so fantastic here in the real world. Specifically we’re referring to the Mt. Gox bankruptcy, this not boding especially well for those working with Bitcoin. Meanwhile things are looking up for California drivers, as they may soon be allowed to look at map apps while they’re driving their cars.

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GTA: San Andreas arrives on Windows Phone (but there’s a catch)

GTA: San Andreas arrives on Windows Phone (but there’s a catch)

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for Windows Phone has been released, arriving on Microsoft's smartphone platform only a few weeks after its iPhone and iPad launch. The game has been reworked for smartphone play, with remastered graphics and a choice of three different control systems depending on player preference. Unfortunately, you'll need one of a limited number of Windows Phones to actually play it, which may leave many frustrated.

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