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It’s certainly a great feeling when your favorite console is home to a number of exclusives and even more so when that exclusive happens to be an expansion pack, extra mission or even a complete downloadable game. The simultaneous release of Grand Theft Auto IV for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 was a good move but it is the Xbox 360 that got the first download game, The Lost and... Read Review

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Analyst Michael Pachter claims Microsoft paid $75m for GTA IV, makes E3 predictions

Eurogamer recently had a lengthy conversation with a man they refer to as one of the gaming industry's "pre-eminent talking heads." Michael Pachter, an analyst for Wedbush Morgan Securities, an investment banking company, doesn't sound like a very interesting person on paper. That is, until you hear him say something like, "When I got my private Natal demo - a week before E3..." Hit the jump to read more. Read More

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Grand Theft Auto IV DLC Finally Hitting PS3?

File this under "rumor" for now, but if it turns out to be true, this could be huge. VGChartz is reporting that a listing for Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes from Liberty City, previously content exclusive for the Xbox 360, is being listed for the PS3 by online gaming retailer SimplyGamers...but has since been taken down. Fortunately, they got a snapshot of the page, which you an see above...complete with boxart. Of course, it's worth noting that the DLC exclusivity contract (rumored to be about $50 million) could be over soon. Of course, this could merely be the Episodes from Liberty City game (which included both The Lost & Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony), and not include the DLC versions for the actual game discs. Either way, this has been wanted for a while by PS3 owners, so it's tough to ee why Rockstar would say no. Read More

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Week-Ending Game Endings - 10.30.09 - Ratchet & Clank

While there were quite a few releases this week, the truth is, a lot of them don't really stand out to me, particularly for this feature. DDR? Does that even have a proper ending? NERF, Spongebob, DJ Hero, Madagascar Kartz... all passable. Then we have Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony, which has possibilities, and likewise with Tekken. But I figured with the release of Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time, the choice was obvious. So let's go back to the end of the beginning... Ah, what a warm-hearted ending, with Clank giving Ratchet a hand (or rather, an arm), and vice-versa. And then they lived happily ever after... until the next game... and the game after that. And will they live happily after A Crack in Time? Only one way to find out (two if you check YouTube, I'm sure)! Have a good weekend, everyone. Read More

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Media: GTA IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony - Luis Lopez Character Vignette, and Rumor of Next GTA?

Today is the day The Ballad of Gay Tony is finally released on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, as well as in stores as one half of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, something of a stand-alone game in its own right. And to mark the occasion, Rockstar has released a new trailer featuring a character vignette for this episode's protagonist, Luis Lopez. Not safe for work, as always: Video Games | GTA IV: Ballad of Gay Tony | Luis Lopez Character VignetteXBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii Meanwhile, a poster-advertisement included with the retail version of the game makes it sound as though The Ballad of Gay Tony will be the last we see of Liberty City for a while. Read More

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Media: Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony - Gameplay Montage and Dancing

The second episode of Rockstar's exclusive Grand Theft Auto IV downloadable content, The Ballad of Gay Tony, is very nearly upon us. But before the game sees its release tomorrow on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace and at retail as a part of Episodes from Liberty City, GameTrailers has posted two new looks at what the new chapter has to offer. First up, as befits the owner of the hottest gay and straight bars in town, it looks like this one will involve a bit of dancing. See what some smooth moves on the dance floor can get you... and note that the end is probably not safe for work: Video Games | GTA IV: Ballad of Gay Tony | Dancing GameplayXBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii Hope you like quicktime events. More gameplay after the cut. Read More