GZ News Update 9/20/13: GTA 5 PC spotted and Microsoft defends their horizontal standing console

Welcome fellow video game enthusiasts to GameZone's News Update. Want the latest breaking news, delivered in a quick, easy to digest way? Then look no further, and enjoy these latest headlines from the day.

Why Microsoft doesn't 'support' standing the Xbox One up vertically

Back in May we reported that you shouldn't stand your Xbox One up vertically. At the time, Microsoft only explained that the design of the airflow and venting system was "optimized for horizontal orientation." This week at the Tokyo Game Show, Albert Panello, senior director of product management and planning at Xbox, reiterated this stance.

Peter Molyneux: GTA 5 sales 'not impressive'

Grand Theft Auto 5 earned $800 million in first day sales. It's on track to become, if not already, one of biggest launches for any entertainment product ever — games, moves, television, etc. Just think about that for a second. Apparently, legendary developer and 22Cans boss Peter Molyneux has, and he's not too impressed.

GTA 5 hits $1 billion in sales at record pace

Grand Theft Auto 5, which earned $800 million in first-day sales, has now surpassed the $1 billion mark, according to publisher Take-Two Interactive's estimates.

GTA 5 PC spotted for late November/early December release

We've all heard the rumors of Grand Theft Auto 5 coming to PC. Rockstar has yet to confirm such a thing, but that hasn't prevented retailers from accidentally leaking a PC version.