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Rockstar gives Grand Theft Auto V online users stimulus money

For many American gamers, the federal government isn't the only thing that's shut down. Apparently, even online games fail to address the needs of their users.

'Grand Theft Auto V' is expected to rake in $1 billion in sales

According to a report by analysts at Sterne Agee and Robert W. Baird & Co, 'Grand Theft Auto V' is estimated to sell 20 million units and generate about $1 billion in sales.

Rockstar sues over pulled GTA IV ads

Take-Two parent Rockstar has unleashed its attack lawyers on the Chicago Transit Authority and is suing it for pulling GTA IV adverts.

Inmate files restraining order against Grand Theft Auto video game

On April 9, inmate Jonathan Lee Riches, 31, filed a request for a temporary restraining order in a US District Court against Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two, developer Rockstar, FCI Williamsburg and the video game itself.

Rockstar goes Crazy with GTA advertisment

With only two weeks left until Grand Theft Auto IV hits the shelfs, Rockstar begins to ready itself for a brigade of adverts.

Rockstar Launchs Massive website update

Within weeks, Rockstar's most anticipated game to date will be hitting store shelves through out North America. To further tease people, a massive information content update was released yesterday.

British Censors Try to Block Manhunt 2 Video Game Release, Again

Manhunt 2’s controversial British saga continues, as censors continue to try to block the sale of the violent video game by appealing last week’s hearing that favoured publisher Rockstar Games. Is this drama merely helping Manhunt 2’s publicity?

Controversial Gamemaker Exposes Boy-Kissing-Boy Scene in Latest Hit Title

Digital Journal -- Only Rockstar Games could get away with it. Scenes of boys kissing boys in its latest title [i]Bully[/i] are sparking controversy that is thundering across the gaming world.

'Grand Theft Auto' maker loses round in lawsuit

A federal judge refused a request from Take-Two Interactive Software to immediately dismiss some claims in a lawsuit accusing it of selling "Grand Theft Auto" video games containing sexually explicit images under the wrong content label.
 

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