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Grand Theft Auto III Available for $4.99

Written on December 16, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Get it for your Android and iOS devices!

Players will get the chance to drive around the streets of Liberty City plus complete several missions while on their iOS and Android devices. It is just like the original version released a decade ago for PS2. Rockstar Games, makers of Grand Theft Auto III, promised long hours of gameplay and superb graphics and images. Score the game for $4.99 at the Android Market or the iTunes App Store.

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Game Review: L.A. Noire, a Ride to the City of Angels

Written on June 11, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Playing a good cop of the LAPD, and solving crimes during the dark times of Los Angeles, makes L.A. Noire one hell of a ride from start to finish.

It was in 2006 when Rockstar Games released a trailer of L.A. Noire, depicting what Los Angeles in 1940’s looks like. After five years, Team Bondi partners with Rockstar Game to release L.A. Noire as a dark and gruesome detective thriller. You will play as Cole Phelps, a former Marine that is heading back home from World War II and is looking for a fresh start in Los Angeles. The City of Angels in 1940’s was having an economical boom, but war veterans are struggling to adapt to changes.

Starting off as a regular patrol cop, you’ll learn more about the game mechanics and how it works. Starting easy, L.A. Noire will hold your hand in learning how to find clues, investigating the evidences carefully and interrogating people involved in the case. After that, you’ll proceed to Traffic cases, Homicide, Vice and then to Arson. Once you’re done with the training, it’s up to you to decide whether the person you’re interrogating is being honest, doubtful to you or just plain lying. But beware that missing certain clues or having the wrong answer won’t open up new leads, and it will possibly make things bit more difficult.

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Mass Effect 2 Bags GOTY, RPG of the Year; Red Dead Redemption Wins Big Too

Written on February 11, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Mass Effect 2 and Red Dead Redemption once again dominate another gaming awards show. Who's the victim this time? None other than the 14th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards (DICE awards).

Here’s another awards show where Mass Effect 2 and Red Dead Redemption come home smiling as both dominated the 14th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards (the DICE awards). Mass Effect 2, the action role-playing game developed by Bioware took home the big one, Game of the Year plus RPG of the Year and Outstanding Achievement in Story. Rockstar Games Red Dead Redemption on the otherhand bagged the most number of honors as they bring home 5 trophies, including Action Game of the Year and Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction.

Check out the complete list of winners after the break!

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Red Dead Redemption Game Review; the Road to Redemption

Written on January 22, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Red Dead Redemption has set the standard of what a wild west video game (or even a movie) should be like. Every element breaths the world of outlaws and cowboys.

Red Dead Redemption, probably the most decorated video game of 2010 as it was critically acclaimed by various gaming websites and even bagging Spike TV’s Video Game Award’s Game of the Year in 2010. Even though it already had quite a long run already, everyone’s still got their eyes on this game as it recently got nominated for several categories in the 11th Game Developers Choice Awards. So what does make Red Dead Redemption tick? What makes the game so compelling to catch the eyes of every gamer out there? And will we see a back-to-back Best Video Game award when the GDCA kicks in?

The wild, wild west. It’s been done, done, done several times already in video games. But in every singe attempt, we see mediocre, skin-deep interpretations that will make us get sick of the theme. And to be honest, the moment we heard that Red Dead Redemption is going to be a wild west-themed, we got worried. How can RockStar Games pull off a cowboy version of the Grand Theft Auto series? It’s impossible.

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