It’s that time of the year again when the weather is bad, tons of sales are going on, presents are being giving and received and you will probably eat too much. However while you are stuffing your face think about all the people in the world who survive solely by purchasing drinks from vending machines, snacks from corner shops, and make a short living enforcing the law. Don’t shoot them, if you can.
A select number of retailers have started taking pre-orders for Grand Theft Auto V Special Editions and Collector Editions. They are also offering a free blimp for anyone who pre-orders any version of Grand Theft Auto V. The two editions range from around £50.00 to nearly £100.00 and don’t seem to worth getting or different from the usual Special and Collectors Editions.
Rockstar Games have once again a few days ago released some more screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V. They feature the usual mix of landscapes, vehicles and sand box hijinks. At this rate the game won’t have any surprises left in it and it isn’t really helping itself live up to the previous games.
Rockstar Games a few days ago released some more screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V and three character trailers. They feature the usual mix of landscapes, vehicles and sand box hijinks. The mask wearing and Heat style heist stuff is looking interesting.
Rockstar Games about two weeks ago released some more screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V. They feature the usual mix of landscapes, vehicles and sand box hijinks. The underwater stuff is looking interesting.
Rockstar Games has today released some more screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V. They feature sharks, dogs, planes and submarines which those words alone should conjure up about a million possibilities for story telling and messing around.
Rockstar Games has confirmed yesterday that Grand Theft Auto the spiritual sequel to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be available sometime in spring 2013 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Rockstar Games has released a some screenshots from Grand Theft Auto V recently. They show some of the various activities you might be able to take part in when the game finally gets released. They include parachuting, dirt biking, tennis and planes, cars and bicycles can be used to get around.
Next week on Tuesday precisely you will be able to purchase Grand Theft Auto III through the PlayStation Network. The game will cost $9.99 (£6.35) and will not feature any new additions such as high-definition visuals or trophies so why bother?
Steam have a sale currently on all Grand Theft Auto titles as part of their Weekend Deal. This sales is to celebrate the Tenth Anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III. You can save 66% on all Grand Theft Auto titles or 75% on the Complete Pack.