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Multiplayer Preview from PLAY

UK-based PLAY Magazine is the latest magazine to get their hands on Grand Theft Auto IV. They have an eight-page multiplayer preview in their latest issue. There are no new screenshots, but there are some interesting (mostly minor) new details: Multiplayer can be accessed via your mobile phone during single-player. Select the ‘Multiplayer’ option and from there you can select game types

New GTA4 Details Emerge

Some new GTA IV gameplay details have emerged in the latest issue of UK magazine PLAY. It clarifies a lot of the things mentioned in the GamesTM exclusive preview which we told you about on Monday. Here are some of the new points: McReary, the character we learned about in GamesTM, is a corrupt cop. He has “dirt on Niko’s past.” The mission they previewed is

Upcoming GTA IV Previews and Forum Activity

As planned out by Rockstar Games’ marketing team, lately we’ve been left in a state of boredom in the GTA world, at least pertaining to official news. Some sort of relief lies at the end of the road though, PSM3 and Play in the UK, as well as the Australian edition of OPM is said to offer GTA IV previews

“GTA: Land Of The Free”

Play Magazine (UK) have published a four-page article containing rumours, speculation and a fake map plus details of how they believe GTA4 will look. They’ve named it “GTA: Land Of The Free”, which basically consists of ten major US cities, including those featured in previous GTA titles. Ten cities seems a bit far fetched in my opinion, but they do

SPOILER: The “Mystery Girl”

Several months ago, Play Magazine (issue 118) revealed that a ‘mystery girl’, returning from a previous title, would appear in San Andreas. Rockstar have kept quiet, and the girl’s face was blacked out during demonstrations at Rockstar HQ. So who could it be? Well, we have Mercedes Cortez from Vice City (a huge favourite), Auntie Poulet, (although I’m not sure they’d make

Las Venturas & Two-Player Mode

In Las Venturas, all of the expected elements are in place, just not necessarily authentically. As you enter the city’s strip, you’re greeted with an abundance of flashing lights and casinos with pink flamingos. Of the three cities in the game, Las Venturas is without a doubt the most graphically impressive and by far the most immediately stunning. There’s so