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GTA V: Oh,That’s Where Rockstar Got The Idea To Put Lime Green SUV’s In Missions?

Posted by on Aug 10, 2016 in Featured, Microsoft, NEWS, PS4, Sony, VIDEOS, Xbox One | 0 comments

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Grand Theft Auto V Still Has The Most Realistic Water I Ever Played In A Videogame

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in Featured, Microsoft, Original Content, PlayStation 3, PS4, Sony, VIDEOS, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 0 comments

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Wow it’s funny how the gaming community is divided over GTA V direction

Posted by on Jul 17, 2013 in Microsoft, Original Content, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 5 comments

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Grand Theft Auto V: New Trailer

Posted by on Nov 2, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, VIDEOS, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

As promised Rockstar delivers the trailer and it looks like we going to Hollywood — Good ole L.A.!

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Max Payne 3 will utilize Euphoria Physics Engine

Posted by on Sep 8, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

As via Twitter on Rockstars account, they confirmed they are utilizing the Euphoria Physics Engine. After being asked will the Euphoria Physics Engine be used in Max Payne 3 they responded with a simple Yes.

The Euphoria Engine is an physics engine created by Natural Motion and made famous by the likes of Grand Theft Auto 4 and then followed by last years “Game of The Year” Red Dead Redemption.

Here is the tweet:

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New Max Payne 3 Screenshots (PC,PS3,Xbox 360)

Posted by on Sep 6, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

Details of the game to follow in the next coming months.

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New Red Dead Redemption DLC on the way

Posted by on Sep 4, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

That’s right just when you thought they would stop supporting the Game of the Year, Rockstar Games is announcing new DLC on the way for Red Dead Redemption.

It’s call Myths and Mavericks Bonus Pack and will be avaible for free for download on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network   September 13, 2011. Rockstar also mentioned that this free pack is to show their appreciation for all the amazing fans of Red Dead.Myths and Mavericks will include all the fan-favorite multiplayer characters  from the single-player story,as well as new multiplayer locations including Cochinay, Nekoti Rock and Beecher’s Hope, plus new Stronghold games in Armadillo, Tumbleweed, and Chuparosa.

Here’s of full list of what comes with the pack:

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L.A. Noire Team Bondi Dev Tells His Side Of The Story

Posted by on Jul 14, 2011 in NEWS | 0 comments

by Matthew Kato

Recently L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi in Syndey, Australia has come under fire due to allegations of extraordinary work hours, as well as for the public airing of supposed dirty laundry between it and publisher Rockstar Games. Now one of its core developers who has been with the project since the beginning is detailing his experience at working at the studio, the hours, and the studio’s relationship with Rockstar.

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Rumor: Rockstar And L.A. Noire’s Team Bondi At Odds

Posted by on Jul 6, 2011 in NEWS | 0 comments

by Matthew Kato

Amidst reports of brutal working conditions at L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi comes an account that the game has destroyed the relationship between the developer and Rockstar Games.

A source has commented to GamesIndustry.biz on the whole saga, and says that during the development of the game the two sides were increasingly at odds with each other.

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Rockstar Made L.A. Noire So Big, They Could Barely Fit It On One Disc (or Three)

Posted by on May 6, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, Sony | 0 comments

From Kotaku:
You can’t judge a video game by the number of discs it ships on—not unless you’re prepared to declare the four-disc Lost Odyssey as the best Xbox 360 game of all time. You can, however, judge the intent of the developer to give you a whole lot for your dollar.

The folks at Rockstar, never ones to skimp on the amount of content they put on a game disc, have made, in L.A. Noire, a game that spreads across three discs on the Xbox 360, the company confirmed to Kotaku. The forthcoming game about being a detective in 1947 Los Angeles fills a single-layer, 25 GB Blu-Ray disc on the PlayStation 3.

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