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Rockstar Games Max Payne 3 Bullet Time trailer released

Rockstar Games Max Payne 3 Bullet Time trailer released

The latest entry in Rockstar's orchestrated campaign to release a bunch of Max Payne 3 trailers, each one showcasing a very specific part of the game, is one that focuses on a feature called "Bullet Time." What it really should be called is "that awesome bullet effect that The Matrix used and now everyone copies," but that just doesn't have the same ring to it. In any event, this latest video really plays up how cool the graphics and effects will be in the upcoming title.

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Grand Theft Auto III for iOS Review

Grand Theft Auto III for iOS Review

There's nothing quite like taking your rage and insane desires to crash cars into masses of people, walls, other cars, and the river in the original Grand Theft Auto III, and RockStar Games have finally brought it to the mobile platform. Actually technically they brought it to the mobile platform several weeks ago, but playing this game on the new iPad has revealed a brand new layer of excellence for your humble narrator, and while the desire to purchase the game was there at the start, the desire to play the game 24 hours a day has just reared its ugly head now thanks to the iPad's new Retina-quality display.

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Max Payne 3 Trailer channels Big Lebowski

Max Payne 3 Trailer channels Big Lebowski

The next installment in the Max Payne series of hard-hitting video games is coming on soon, and as today's newly released trailer suggests, it's going to have a rather familiar story line. The idea that the video and the plotline look but dont necessarily feel like the cult classic film The Big Lebowski comes from Dan Stepleton from GameSpy, and because he's so very, very right, we've gotta go one step further. Have a peek at the trailer in its entirety below as well as some clip-for-clip similarities with the comedy action film.

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Grand Theft Auto III out for iOS and Android

Grand Theft Auto III out for iOS and Android

Grand Theft Auto III has dropped into the Android Market and iOS App Store for smartphones and tablets, offering some high-octane gaming while you're on the move. Priced at $4.99 in the US, and £3.21 for those in the UK, the Rockstar game offers HD graphics that have been updated for this 10 Year Anniversary release, along with support for select USB controllers in the Android version.

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GTA III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition for Android and iOS priced and dated

GTA III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition for Android and iOS priced and dated

Last we heard about Grand Theft Auto III for the mobile platform, it was back when the action figure special edition was announced, then when the NVIDIA Tegra 3 optimized news came out - now we've got a date and a price for the apps that'll be blowing up your mobile devices soon. What we're dealing with here is the 10th Anniversary Edition of GTA III, and the price for both Android and Apple's iOS devices will be a cool $4.99 with a release date of December 15th - that's next week! Get your guns out and start preparing to mow down some hookers, because it's thieving time again!

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Grand Theft Auto 3 set for NVIDIA Kal-El quad-core optimized play

Grand Theft Auto 3 set for NVIDIA Kal-El quad-core optimized play

You may remember back in the middle of October when it was announced that Grand Theft Auto 3 would be coming back for a 10th anniversary edition that'd work with both Android and iOS - now it appears that NVIDIA is getting in on the action with Rockstar, providing their next-gen Kal-El (aka Tegra 3) quad-core processor-toting Android tablet to the group so that they can optimize the game for ultimate supremacy. Word comes this week from Adam Rosenberg who this week had the opportunity to check the soon to be released game out on the unnamed Kal-El NVIDIA tablet, an iPad 2, and an iPhone 4S. With the Kal-El tablet came the biggest surprises, both in that the game was running not on the tablet itself but through its TV-out connection, and secondly that Android's ability to work with USB controllers is programmed into the game so that an Xbox 360 controller works perfectly well!

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Grand Theft Auto V and the five things we’re hoping for

Grand Theft Auto V and the five things we’re hoping for

Just this morning it was confirmed that Rockstar games would be producing the fifth in one of the most notorious game series of all time, Grand Theft Auto - now it's time to let our hopes run wild. There are quite a few features in previous games that are what we'd call nearly unexplored avenues. Small bits of gameplay that would, if allowed to expand, would create a whole new playground for the future of GTA. Below are just five of these items that we're hoping Rockstar will explore further for GTA:V.

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Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer teased for next month

Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer teased for next month

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.

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Grand Theft Auto III for iOS and Android soon, physical action figure in tow

Grand Theft Auto III for iOS and Android soon, physical action figure in tow

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.

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Red Dead Redemption Soundtrack Available on Vinyl, Costs $15

Red Dead Redemption Soundtrack Available on Vinyl, Costs $15

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.

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Grand Theft Auto IV for PC gets DRM

Grand Theft Auto IV for PC gets DRM

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.

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GTA: Chinatown Wars for DS is a ’90s flashback

GTA: Chinatown Wars for DS is a ’90s flashback

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.

 

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