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Grand Theft Auto V Announcement Turns Red Dead Redemption

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289w ago - Update: Andrew Reiner has confirmed that the game brought by Rockstar was Red Dead Redemption, not a future iteration of Grand Theft Auto.

Andrew Reiner, editor of GameInformer magazine, has posted on his [Register or Login to view links] news of a possible Grand Theft Auto V announcement.

In his tweet, he states that Rockstar visited the GI offices, the game Rockstar brought with them may 'have been Grand Theft Auto V.'

Until we get a confirmation from Rockstar or GameInformer, we should take this with a grain of salt. Andrew did not give any more details, such as consoles or any kind of official revealing.
 

Review: The Godfather II is Now a Grand Theft Auto 4 Competitor

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291w ago - The presentation in Godfather two really sets the mood for a mafia story. The game takes place exactly where the first one ended which makes it easier to follow and enjoy right from the start.

The feeling you get when the opening cut scene starts is very immersive, because the intensity of the music followed by the voice acting really makes this game rival even the great Grand Theft Auto Series which is not easy to pull off, yet EA has managed to grasp such a presentation to the game that you will want to spend your time and money to become the DON.

GRAPHICS

The graphics in this game is simply amazing. The detail in the characters are so clean and crisp that you can see how accurate the facial features move along with the dialogue that's spoken, it's really incredible to see. The explosions in the game are no slouch either, you have a lot of people running around on screen, cars exploding, full screen Anti - Aliasing I mean this game is really beautiful to look at.

GAMEPLAY

The gameplay in this game has taken a serious overhaul from the previous version. The main thing that's great about the gameplay is how much more responsive the controls feel now.

On the PlayStation 3 version you have sixaxis which in most games aren't implemented...
 

Video: Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars - Dealing & Delivering

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294w ago - Today a new gameplay video dubbed 'Dealing and Delivering' has been made available by Rockstar for the upcoming Nintendo DS title Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars which hits stores on March 17, 2009.

The video's caption reads as follows:

Get a look at what moving goods around Liberty City will be like for protagonist Huang Lee after hitting the streets on the order of his Uncle, Wu 'Kenny' Lee.

Check it out below, courtesy of GameTrailers. Enjoy!




 

Video: Grand Theft Auto: China Town Wars Trailer Available

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296w ago - Today the first Grand Theft Auto: China Town Wars trailer has made its way to the Internet.

Dubbed the 'Like A Renegade' Trailer, it allows fans to catch a glimpse of some Nintendo DS GTA action.

The video's caption simply reads as follows:

"Take your first look at GTA on the DS."

Check it out below, along with the 'Hotwire Gameplay' Trailer courtesy of GameTrailers:








 

Take-Two: It's Still Too Early for Grand Theft Auto V

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306w ago - While it is obviously way too early to be mentioning anything involving Grand Theft Auto V, it's always nice to get a possible release window for the next installment into the record breaking franchise.

According to Ben Feder, Take-Two has too much to focus on currently to be discussing the future of their newly re-signed Rockstar developer.

"We're not saying no, it's just way too early to be talking 2010, especially GTA in 2010."

Does this mean that Grand Theft Auto V could see a potential release in 2010? Though it seems like a legitimate possibility, we doubt that there are any plans to release another iteration within that year, so quickly after the last.
 
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