Grand Theft Auto V
All of the talk about apathetic hipsters and indifferent Gen Y yuppies not wanting anything to do with cars is bunk. Grand Theft Auto V, a video game centered around the process of acquiring and driving cars (often to hoontastic heights) just made $800 million in its first day on sale. Take that, Apple. The sales drove Take-Two Interactive Software's share price up just 1.2 percent, reports Reuters, but the game's success makes it clear that there is still a car-centric culture out there amongst younger people--even if it is primarily digital. Translating $800 million in sales to individual...
Grand Theft Auto V Releases Official Trailer
The Grand Theft Auto series has always been rather popular with both console and PC gamers. Now it's set to return to the market in a huge way with the release of Grand Theft Auto V. This latest installment will have players exploring the largest in-game universe yet, and they'll do so while...Jeff Glucker
Car Crime Classic GTA III To Hit Apple iOS, Android December 15
When Rockstar games released the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto 5 last month, we accepted that when it finally hits the shelves some time next year, it might be difficult to tear ourselves away and do some work. With the new announcement (via Gamespot) that Grand Theft Auto 3 will be coming to...Antony Ingram