Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City for the PlayStation and PC—and their individual downloadable episodes—won't be making their previously scheduled release dates. Rockstar says the game will be delayed by two weeks to accommodate "minor content changes."
New Halo, new downloadables for Mass Effect, Fallout 3, and Grand Theft Auto, new Forza. It was a pretty good year for Xbox 360 owners.
Whether played as an appendage to Grand Theft Auto IV or as half of a standalone disc, the latest GTA installment offers a full game's worth of a series at its most intriguing and sexual, wild in ways not advertised.
I'm not normally one for the more xtreme pursuits, like base jumping from skyscrapers or drinking lemon-lime flavored soda, but there's something about the prospect of parachuting into a convertible while avoiding bazooka fire that appeals to me.
How does Rockstar Games plan to one-up the shock factor of full frontal male nudity from Grand Theft Auto: The Lost & Damned? Perhaps with some "strong" sex scenes and thrusts aplenty in The Ballad of Gay Tony.
Grand Theft Auto IV's newest episode, The Ballad of Gay Tony, won't just build on the game's already strong single-player portions. There are all-new multiplayer goodies coming, including tanks, helicopters and parachutes, as shown in similarly all-new screen shots.
The obligatory Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City billboard, as seen on Canal St. in New York City. Thanks, y2julio!
This fall, an Xbox 360 game will have the word "gay" in its title. But will 360 gamers be able to call themselves gay by then?