The latest — and eagerly anticipated — previews have finally landed! As we’ve been saying for a few days now, Kikizo, IGN, CVG, GameSpy, 1UP, Team XBox and Gamespot (amongst others) were all treated to yet another exclusive look at Grand Theft Auto IV. Here’s a delightfully quaint little summary of the new stuff: Each site got to play GTA
Word has reached us that the next wave of online previews are due to arrive before the end of the month. Kikizo, GameSpot, IGN, GamesRadar, CVG, and 1UP will all pay a visit to Rockstar Games this week to preview the latest build of GTA IV. We will post more details as soon as they become available to us. If you are unfamiliar with the format of
UPDATE: R* haven’t finalized any plans for a definitive number of trailers yet. That is exactly what they told us when we asked them to comment. The latest “1UP Yours” podcast has a snippet from John Davison who recently saw the new IV demo at R*. He said that the latest demo focuses on an updated version of Broker (the area
1UP are the latest site to preview Vice City Stories, and the latest site to get their hands on some exclusive never-before-seen screenshots (it’s just a pity the quality sucks). Check them out below: Related Links: 1UP Preview; GTAForums Topic
GTAF member Medalion Man has recently posted a handful of Vice City Stories screenshots on our boards. Although they’re not high-res like the screenshots adam mentioned a few days back, they are still of a better quality than the scanned-and-watermarked-to-hell ones that we’ve been dealing with over the past month or so. In other news, according to the folks over at 1Up, it seems that
Check out the updated Artwork and Screenshot galleries, which now contain all of the media assets from the 1UP preview. I’ve also replaced a majority of the screenshots with higher quality/higher resolution copies. Links: Artwork Gallery, Screenshot Gallery
This weekend the big secret was revealed – Grand Theft Auto is going multiplayer. TotalVideoGames, Euro Gamer and 1UP tell us about it: “Easily accessible at any time, the Multiplayer mode allows six gamers to battle across seven different gametypes, including the aforementioned Deathmatch, a Capture the Flag based mode called Get Stretch, and a team-only game entitled Protection Racket.
1Up, the internet gaming portal and community for the Ziff Davis Media group, has joined in the media blitz covering the Hot Coffee mod controversy. 1Up gives us the generic lowdown on the Gamespot news bulletin, but they also managed to contact Rockstar Games regarding the ESRB investigation. According to the 1Up article, Rockstar Games is complying fully with the investigation while holding