We’ve waited nine years for it, but at last, Max Payne 3 is out. The bullet-time ballistic action shooter is out today on Xbox 360 and PS3 in the UK, and we’ve got the lowdown on where to get it right here.
Take Two Games believes that its 2013 financial year will be “one of [its] best years ever”, which could point to a Christmas release for Grand Theft Auto 5. The publisher announced a drop in profits for its fiscal third quarter of 2011, but CEO Strauss Zelnick is bullish about its prospects in the near future.
Grand Theft Auto 3 was made available on both Android and iPhone yesterday. It’s the exact same amazing game, with the exact same controls, and yet there’s a startling difference of more than 20 percent in customer satisfaction on both platforms. At the time of writing, in iOS, it’s sitting pretty at a superb 4.5 out of five. On the Android Market however, it’s hovering at 3.4 out of five.
That might not sound like much, but it’s a telling indicator of Android’s strengths – and weaknesses.
UPDATE: The Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer is live!
Grand Theft Auto 5 is finally coming. We’ve waited three and a half long years for official confirmation of a sequel, and now we have it straight from the publisher itself. Little is known about the game just yet, but in that time, Rockstar will have had plenty of time to brainstorm ideas and fix the flaws in the last outing.
Here’s our wish list of the features Grand Theft Auto 5 needs to make us fall in love with it all over again.
The Grand Theft Auto Trilogy (Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas) hit the Mac last year but it’s now got even easier to grab the games.
RockStar has started bringing Grand Theft Auto to the Mac App Store with Grand Theft Auto III now available to download. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City will follow on August 25 with Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas dropping on September 1. They’ll set you back £10.49 each and you’ll need a Mac running OS X 10.6.6 to relive the classic car jacking capers.
Out now | £10.49 | Mac App Store
Well looky here. Rockstar Games, by way of Rockstar Leeds, has announced plans to bring its wildly successful crime thriller L.A. Noire to the PC this fall. The move from console to PC brings a world of customization, including keyboard mapping and enhanced gamepad functionality. Trust us when we say this is not your everyday port.
How do you take L.A. Noire to the next level? How about taking it to the next dimension. The PC version will add 3D gameplay, delivering “an even greater sense of interaction and immersion within a painstakingly detailed 1940s Los Angeles.” Life as Detective Cole Phelps will never feel so real.
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