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To celebrate the ten-year anniversary of Grand Theft Auto III, Rockstar has released a promotional video with footage of the decade-old classic. The video doesn't promote anything, really, or tease a new announcement. It doesn't end with a surprise revelation of an HD remake of GTA III or anything like that. Instead, it does one thing: reminds us why we loved the game so much back in 2001...
Gaming’s most intense whirly birds, Little Big Planet 2, the latest on 3DS, cheap game deals, and your humiliating stories of decimated relationships! Listen now, your brain will thank you...
Grand Theft Auto III's 10 Year Anniversary Edition will be available on select iOS and Android devices on December 15, Rockstar has announced. The list of devices in question has grown since the game's announcement, giving you a better chance of enjoying petty crime while out and about – and at $4.99, you probably won't even have to mug anyone for a copy. (Please don't do this anyway)...
Abe Lincoln. Charles Darwin. Edge. Between them they’ve mastered the realms of politics, science and writing about overweight Italian plumbers. And, more importantly than any of that, they’re now all 200. Yep, the long-running and respected games mag has just reached its 200th issue, celebrating the landmark event by publishing 200 unique covers.
So if you’re mad for Master Chief, delirious over Deus Ex or want to dip
With every game publisher Rockstar releases, it seems like the idea of videogame violence as "controversial" dies just a little. In fact, we've barely heard a peep from would-be culture critics over the release of Red Dead Redemption, despite ads for it being plastered seemingly everywhere we look. However, that didn't stop the question of violence from coming up in a BBC interview with Lazlow, who's been all but synonymous with Grand Theft Auto and Rockstar for nearly a decade now.
"Our games are not designed for young people," Lazlow said after being asked how he felt about accusations that games cause real-world violence. "If you're a parent and buy one of our games for your child you're a terrible parent," Lazlow said.
Violence wasn't the focus of the 13-question interview (which is almost surprising), and really, Lazlow was reaffirming what Rockstar's been saying for years...
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