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Video: GTA: Chinatown Wars PSP 'Dangerous Business' Trailer

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258w ago - Rockstar Games just released the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the PSP, titled "Dangerous Business".

Chinatown Wars was a hit on the DS, and now all the action comes to Sony's portable system, including a host of new enhancements and additions designed just for the PlayStation Portable, the most notable of which is a massive graphical overhaul.

Those improvements come to light in the video below.

To quote from the video's caption: "Chinatown Wars was on the DS but now it has made its way to the PlayStation Portable (PSP)."

Enjoy guys, courtesy of YouTube user e4ginfo!




 

Video: GTA IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony Trailer and Screens

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264w ago - The official Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony trailer and screens are now available, with the update slated for an October 29, 2009 release on the Xbox 360 console.

Additionally, Rockstar Games revealed earlier today via their [Register or Login to view links] that the song in the trailer is "Pjanoo" by Eric Prydz.

Prydz is best known for his song "Call on Me" from a few years back. "Call on Me," in turn, is best known for the music video filled with lots of gyrating women in workout attire.

Check out the screens and trailer below, courtesy of shinsta123 via YouTube.




 

Rockstar: GTA IV: Lost and Damned is Still an XBox 360 Exclusive

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265w ago - Today Rockstar has debunked the rumor that surfaced yesterday that Grand Theft Auto IV: Lost and Damned DLC may be heading to the PlayStation 3 console.

To quote: Rockstar Games has told VG247 that the two episodes of DLC for Grand Theft Auto IV, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony, wont be going to the PlayStation 3 and are still Xbox 360 exclusives.

It comes as an SCEE community moderator, who was at GamesCom this week, reported last night that The Lost and Damned was playable on the showfloor for the PS3 in Cologne.

A Rockstar rep told us: "The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony are both exclusive to Xbox 360."
 

Analyst: Two New GTA IV DLC Episodes Due Next Year

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272w ago - Take-Two and Rockstar are expected to release two brand new downloadable episodes for Grand Theft Auto IV in fiscal 2010, and release GTA V the following financial year.

According to analyst Todd Mitchell, who told GamesIndustry.biz (linked above) that following the release of Xbox 360 exclusives The Lost and the Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony, two all-new episodes are due - possibly across both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms.

To quote: "I would expect that there would be two more pieces of downloadable content for GTA IV, that's what has been indicated to me, although formats are unsure. It's been indicated to me to me that would be the case," said Mitchell, of Kaufman Bros. Equity Research.

Mitchell also stated that he's expecting Grand Theft Auto V to be released in the 2011 financial year, and there's also the possibility of a new GTA title for the PlayStation 2 next year.

"Coming out of E3 there was no commitment to a new Grand Theft Auto, and I think that's because of Rockstar's track record with delivering on time," said Mitchell.

"Of the three, I'm least confident in saying for sure there will be a new GTA for PlayStation 2, but the track record shows that PSP titles have been repositioned [on PS2]," he said, referring to the recent announcement...
 

GTA: Chinatown Wars is Confirmed for PSP

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274w ago - The PSP's Indian summer continues, with Rockstar announcing that it's bringing GTA: Chinatown Wars to the handheld later this year.

GTA: Chinatown Wars was a critical hit when it came to the DS in March, with Rockstar's open-world formula translating beautifully to the demands of portable gaming.

The PSP version will utilise the system's more powerful architecture, featuring revised widescreen visuals as well as enhanced animations and more story missions.

To quote: "We're proud to extend this truly unique handheld Grand Theft Auto experience to PSP and offer a downloadable version of Chinatown Wars for PSPgo," said Rockstar's Sam Houser, "Rockstar Leeds has shown incredible talent in creating games that raise the bar in terms of depth and innovation on portables, and with Chinatown Wars we have a rich, fast-paced, and incredibly addictive entry into the series."

Sony's Jack Tretton seemed suitably pleased with the news, saying, "Rockstar's work with the GTA series has been an enormous part of the success of PlayStation platforms. We're excited to welcome the critically acclaimed Chinatown Wars to the outstanding line-up of great games headed to the PSP platform this fall."

Chinatown Wars will be the third GTA game to grace the PSP, although it will be...
 
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