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GTA V, the next big installment in the longstanding stalwart of the crime gaming genre, has had a rough release date and a solid pre-order date slampped upon its rear, along with a tiny smattering of new info. It seems Rockstar wants to continue its reign as gaming’s most teasing force…  Read more

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As with most Rockstar games, GTA V details are the subject of some real secrecy. While we’ve not managed to squeeze much blood out of the official Rockstar stone, an anonymous source has just spilled the beans in a big way. What can we expect from the next in the series? Read on to find out. Read more

The GTA trilogy (comprised of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas) are headed to the Mac this year. Rockstar slipped out the announcement in a Q+A on its website where the exciting GTA news was sandwiched between questions about Red Dead Redemption DLC and dealing with multiplayer cheats. Read on for the information straight from the Rockstar’s mouth…

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The Daily Star has admitted what everyone else already knew: there is no Grand Theft Auto: Rothbury game and Rockstar games was never planning one. The paper published the false GTA Raoul Moat story on July 21 but has subsequently pulled the story from its website. In its apology, the paper admits that it didn’t check that its tale was accurate before phoning grieving relatives about the spoof game cover.

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It’s Lunchtime Lowdown time on Electricpig – time for you to pop the lid from your packed lunch while we take you through some of the stories you missed this morning.

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Remember yesterday’s ridiculous Daily Star story about a non-existent GTA: Rothbury game featuring Raoul Moat? It’s been removed from the paper’s website now but the journalist that concocted it has taken to Facebook to attack gamers, sites like Electricpig and pretty much the entirety of Twitter for daring to criticise him…

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The Daily Star has been duped by a spoof cover for GTA game starring killer Raoul Moat. The admittedly tasteless image has been doing the rounds online for some time and has been pegged as windup by other papers but the Daily Star website is reporting the title as a genuine addition to the series. It says: “…last night gaming websites showed the cover of Grand Theft Auto Rothbury – a version of the Xbox hit Grand Theft Auto.” It even goes as far as contacting the families of Moat’s victims for a quote on the fictitious game. Is this the most extreme case of anti-games piffle you’ve ever seen? Click the headline to hit the comments and let us know…

GTA: Chinatown Wars is now available in a free version for your iPhone. The full game has been on the iTunes Store for a while now but will set you back £5.99. Read on to find out what you’ll get gratis in GTA: Chinatown Wars Lite…

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