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Action/adventure game (Developer: Rockstar San Diego; Publisher: Rockstar Games. $59.99 for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Rating: Mature.) One can only hope that someone in the Supreme Court is playing Red Dead Redemption right now.
I'll happily have an evening with a controller and a few beers, but when my thumbs start to blister and my eyes crust over, I rejoin the real world. Having said that, I'm not lacking that manchildish streak that still gets pants wettingly excited at
Rockstar Games Tuesday released Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Lite for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch, and RadarOnline.com has all the info for you. Chinatown Wars Lite casts the player into Liberty City's criminal underground in the role of
Since its release last week, Red Dead Redemption ($60, for PS3 and Xbox 360, rated M for ages 17-up), from the creators of Grand Theft Auto , has corralled impressive critical reviews. The game's average rating of 95 on Metacritic.com approaches that
May 25, 2010 Red Dead Redemption It is Clint Eastwood's character in that film upon which the look of the game's protagonist, John Marston, is based. Players follow Marston, a reformed outlaw, as his family is taken away by government agents and he
Nintendo's Super Mario Galaxy 2 could mark big turnaround for games May 24, 2010 Dean Takahashi April sales of U.S. console games were down 26 percent compared to a year ago, with March titles falling off in sales quickly and new titles such as Tom
A youth support worker who used to work in the Cavan Training Centre said reports of Victorian teen criminals playing games like Grand Theft Auto and watching True Crime on Foxtel were "just the tip of the iceberg of what happens in Adelaide
In all the moral panic and silliness about decadence and societal collapse that attended the release of Grand Theft Auto IV nearly three years ago, that game's sharp critique of American decadence and moral collapse was largely overlooked. GTA IV did
People who play these games get bored with the real world, because they forget how to get out there and make life great for themselves! Andy, Broken Britain, 18/5/2010 23:10 I'm sorry my lord, how shall I live my life according to your divine will.
Raised on a diet of blood and thunder in the Old West, by 1911 he is a reformed outlaw living in peace. But when corrupt federal agents threaten his family, he's forced to cross the frontier to hunt down and capture his felonious former friends. The