This coming Monday will mark the 10th anniversary of the release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, which was the sequel to the ground-breaking and completely-revolutionizing Grand Theft Auto III. To celebrate Vice City's 10th anniversary, Rockstar Games will be releasing the game to iOS and Android later this fall.
Rockstar is one of those developers that seems to turn everything it touches into gold. Fans all over the world go nuts for new Rockstar games, and if you haven't yet experienced how awesome any of the studio's titles are, allow us to direct your attention to the incoming Rockstar Games Collection: Edition 1. It's a new retail bundle that brings together four of Rockstar's most beloved games, and it's launching next month.
Like clockwork, Rockstar has released another round of Grand Theft Auto V screenshots. The developer has been slowly releasing these screenshots throughout the week, starting with three on Monday and another three on Wednesday. By the time Wednesday's screenshots had hit, we assumed that Rockstar would release another batch today, and it turns out we were right.
On Monday, Rockstar gave us a trio of screenshots from Grand Theft Auto V, and teased that more were coming later on in the week. That time has apparently arrived, as Rockstar has treated us to yet another group of screenshots. Whereas Monday's screenshots gave us a look at the various modes of transportation found in the game (including a fighter jet!), this new set offers a glimpse at some of the leisure activities you can (presumably) partake in.
If you're been searching the web as frequently as you can for information on Grand Theft Auto V, we have some good news and some bad news for you. The good news is that Rockstar has decided to release three new screenshots from the game. The bad news is that we can't tell much from these screenshots, as they've been made intentionally nondescript by Rockstar.
Rockstar announced Grand Theft Auto V back in October 2011, but there’s still a long way to go until the final version of the game is ready. The company has released two new screenshots today that should give you an idea of the generic visual aesthetic and setting of the game. The game doesn’t look like a radical departure from 2008’s Grand Theft Auto IV, but does seem to have undergone a graphical polish to bring it up to date with modern titles.
It's time to get a taste of shooter whose legacy sets it up to be an all-or-nothing batch of greatness for the NVIDIATegraZone collection of games: Max Payne Mobile! This game has just been released tonight with a fabulous collection of graphics, gameplay, and controls that make this a shoot-em-up adventure that every Tegra lover will certainly have to pick up. Will it live up to the legacy as the rest of the Max Payne series has? Let's have a look!
Today is the official launch day of two gigantic releases for gamers across the nation (and the world,) with pre-order numbers racking up thousands of first-day players for both Diablo III and Max Payne 3. According to VGChartz ranking the week ending on the 12th of May, Diablo III has taken both versions of Max Payne 3 to lunch, pulling in a total of 59,463 pre-orders for the week while Max Payne for Xbox 360 brought in 19,263 new pre-release customers and the PlayStation 3 release saw 10,152 new pre-release cash tossers. These numbers of course pale in comparison to the total pre-orders for each of the two games, the numbers becoming much more disparate in the process.