Few games have been so loved by fans and so hated by anti-video game violence advocates as the Grand Theft Auto franchise. It's been a while since the last new video game in the franchise surfaced. A few weeks back the GTA III title hit the iPhone and Android with an action figure in the bundle.
While the Grand Theft Auto game franchise had been around for years before the 2001 release of GTA:III, it was that drive a car and shoot your neighbor installment of the game that really, really made the Rockstar Games-made shooter take off. And now, ten years later, we get to play it on our mobile devices. Grand Theft Auto III has been announced to be coming both to Apple's iOS mobile operating system AND to a handful of Google's Android devices as well, though on both platforms there will be device limits. ALSO there's an action figure in the mix, just incase you want something you can set on your desk while you're crashing into cop cars and punching prostitutes in the face.
If you've spent any time with Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption, then you know that the soundtrack is exceptional. The music manages to capture the mood of the game through its entirety. And if you're someone who's a fan of videogame soundtracks, and feel like the Red Dead Redemption needs to be yours, then you'll be happy to know it's available right now. One catch, though: you'll have to dig out that old record player, because this is a vinyl release.
Uh-oh. A lot of gamers are going to be unhappy about this. It seems Grand Theft Auto IV for the PC will be outfitted with DRM, specifically SecuROM, which recently made news just a bit ago when it was discovered it was included in the Spore title.
If you're a Grand Theft Auto fan, you'll probably love the fact that the latest installment will be available for the Nintendo DS. And if you're into the old cel-shaded look of the '90s, you're going to love this one.
If you've got a teenage girl at home, then chances are you've been exposed, at some point, to teen rock idols Aly and AJ. The blonde sisters have their own album, have starred on television programs, and are now releasing their very own guitar controllers.
Grand Theft Auto IV was easily one of the biggest titles to get released on both the Xbox 360 and PS3 this year. Since its release people have been wondering when (yes when, not if) the game would be released for the PC. In a (not so) shocking move, Rockstar has announced the release of the title for the PC.
There's no doubt that Grand Theft Auto IV is an awesome game. But unfortunately when you leave the house, there's just no good way to take the fun with you. Now if only there were a portable GTA game that one could play on their DS. Well your wishes have come true, as Rockstar recently announced Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the Nintendo DS.
Hot Coffee. There was a time when that actually brought to mind a cup of Joe. However, since the whole incident with Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, we rather think of the rediculous lawsuit involving a part of the game that isn't actually playable without a good deal of work. So the final numbers from the suit are in, and you may be surprised at the number of people seeking damages.
It's not all that uncommon to see a CD that has music from or inspired by a particular movie. It is less common, however to see the same thing based on a video game. Then again most video games don't have killer soundtracks. Of course that can't be said about Grand Theft Auto IV, which is why Rockstar is announcing an album based on the game.