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Rockstar Introduces Grand Theft Auto IV to Gay Tony

I swear, it almost seems as though Rockstar is trying to get every video game site which talks about them banned from workplace, school, and library computers by proxy, just for mentioning their games. Then again, I don't know exactly how such filters work (if I did, then I couldn't very well do my job, could I?), so I'm not sure how welcome a title like "The Lost and Damned" in those situations, and I'm even less sure about their latest GTAIV downloadable episode for the Xbox 360, "The Ballad of Gay Tony." Indeed, this Fall will mark the release of GTAIV's second Xbox 360 exclusive episode, which is described as follows: "As Luis Lopez, part-time hoodlum and full-time assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince (aka "Gay Tony"), players will struggle with the competing loyalties of family and friends, and with the uncertainty about who is real and who is fake in a world in which everyone has a price." Read More


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PSP Grand Theft Auto Titles Available on Euro PlayStation Store; America Unconfirmed

PlayStation LifeStyle reports that a recent e-mail from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has shown that the PlayStation Store will be playing host to downloadable versions of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories for the PSP. They have already appeared on the European PlayStation site, but there does not seem to be any mention of them on the US PlayStation site, nor on the PlayStation.Blog. So if they're coming to the American PlayStation Store, there's no word about it yet. But it may be something GTA fans would like to keep an eye on. Read More


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One of the more impressive features of the PlayStation 3 which was touted early on by Sony was the ability to play games ad-hoc on the PSP. Unfortunately, we haven't really seen much else of it until today, when Sony announced that in addition to the program's launch with Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G, 32 more titles have been confirmed to work with it. In addition, there have been other titles which "unofficially" work with it as well. The list of games, including some that have been reported to have problems in some capacity, can be found after the cut. Read More


13-Year Old Blames Grand Theft Auto for French Car Fires

It's reaching a point where I can't figure out if some of these people who commit crimes are either really stupid, or really clever.A teenager who torched three cars in Lyon, France, told police he was wanted to imitate scenes from the Grand Theft Auto video game. The 13-year-old schoolboy used petrol to set light to three vehicles after playing on the violent GTA 4: Liberty City game on his home PC.Ok, before we go on, wait just a second. Last I checked, GTA IV wasn't available for PC yet... and didn't have a subtitle. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but "Liberty City" isn't a subtitle for any other entry in the series either, is it? I remember Vice City, San Andreas... oh, right, there was Liberty City Stories for the PSP, right? But was that on PC? Is this coming off as the least bit suspicious yet?The game awards points creating as much as crime and destruction as possible in a city.I thought they tried to kill your ass dead, the more crimes you commit and stuff you destroy.A Lyon police spokesman said: 'He said he played the game for a few hours, then wanted to go out and what it felt like to burn out some cars. 'This kind of entertainment is clearly having a negative effect on some young people.' The boy, who can not be named for legal reasons, is set to appear before a youth court charged with criminal damage. -- Daily MailFunny, I don't remember being so stupid at 13. I think he's just playing the system to cover his anarchic little tracks. One would think a police officer might be smarter; that kind of talk is for the kid's lawyer to spew. Dear nameless punk: Get bent, and may you spend the rest of your life in complete and total boredom. Sincerely, the undersigned. Read More