Grand Theft Auto

GTA 5 gets a new DLC next week

Rockstar Studios have confirmed that there will be more cars and guns added to the already sufficient catalog of well…..guns and cars. The DLC coming out next week on the 4th of March will allow you to enjoy the perks of rising through the ranks of your Los Santos and Blaine County business ventures with The Business Update. Thrill-seekers and weekend warriors can hop in any of three all-new, blazing fast sports cars: the Albany Alpha, Dinka Jester and Grotti Turismo R… or take to the skies in the new Vestra airplane. Drop by Ammu-Nation to check out two new weapons, the Heavy Pistol and Special Carbine, both of which offer some pretty serious firepower. Dress to impress with formal and business casual attire options like new suit jackets, slacks, glasses, heels and blouses, or...

Class- action for Grand Theft Auto Online dismissed

According to Game Politics, a class-action lawsuit filed against Rockstar Games and Take-Two has been dismissed by a US District Court in California. The plaintiffs argued that Rockstar and Take-Two failed to deliver the full, promised Grand Theft Auto 5 experience – in specific reference to the online portion of the game, GTA Online. The suit claimed the state of Grand Theft Auto 5 at launch last September was “unlawful,” “unfair” and “fraudulent” on the part of Take-Two and Rockstar. Judge Virginia A. Phillips didn’t approve of this as there is no language on the Grand Theft Auto 5 packaging guaranteeing the online portion of the game “immediately.” Source:  David Hinkle

GTA: San Andreas comes to Windows Phone next week

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is Rockstar Games’ biggest release to mobile yet with a vast open-world covering the state of San Andreas and its three major cities – Los Santos, San Fierro and Las Venturas. While it has just released for iOS devices, Windows Phone users don’t have to wait long. According to Engadget: Rockstar Games tells us that the promised Android and Windows Phone versions will hit next week. GTA: San Andreas includes over 70 hours of gameplay featuring remastered, high-resolution graphics built specifically for mobile. We can’t wait to play this game. It’s probably going to look awesome on the Nokia Lumia. Are you looking forward to this game? Let us know in the comments!

GTA Online Update is here with Free Deathmatch and more

As gamers continue to enjoy GTA V Online, get ready for lots of new content updates for Grand Theft Auto Online, beginning with the launch of the free Deathmatch and Race Creators tool coming this week. Here’s a look at what’s on the way in the weeks ahead.. Deathmatch & Race Creators Beta This week, we will give you the first chance to build your own content in GTA Online (and play content others have made) with the release of the Deathmatch & Race Creators Beta. With access to some of the same tools as our own game design and development team, you can craft your own custom blood-soaked gunfights, high-octane street races, screaming jet dogfights and more. You’ll also be able to publish your original Deathmatches and Races via the Rockstar Games Social Club for the whole com...

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Mobile Coming this December

Before GTAV took us to the sun-bleached sidewalks and humming concrete freeways of present-day Los Santos and beyond, there was Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the biggest GTA of the PS2 era. Now, head back to the early 90s with CJ and the Grove Street Families when Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas comes to mobile devices next month. Encompassing Los Santos, San Fierro, Las Venturas and everything in between, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has been upgraded for its mobile release. Newly remastered graphics including dynamic and detailed shadows, greater draw distance, an enriched color palette, plus enhanced character and car models make this the best-looking version of San Andreas yet. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas also features brand new touch controls including contextual control options to ...

The wait for GTA V PC Version may get longer

When Rockstar Games released Grand Theft Auto IV for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in April of 2008, it waited roughly seven months to bring the title to PC. Now, as the fifth installment in the series hits store shelves, the developer famous for keeping its lips sealed about studio secrets has no reason to change up that formula — no matter how many signatures the ballooning petition garners. P.S. Join our Poll here : [poll id=”4″] The number of fans clamoring for a PC version of GTA V on the petition site stands at nearly 420,000 as of this story’s publication. The number of signatures will only keep expanding as the game racks up more impressive reviews to bolster the ever-powerful Metacritic score that many gamers use, often unjustly, to direct their...

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