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  1. In an unexpected move today, Rockstar announced that on November 14 they are bringing back LA Noire as an enhanced version for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and even Nintendo's Switch and a VR experience that pulls from the game. The Switch version of LA Noire represents the first Rockstar game on the console, and it'll consist of the full original game, all of its DLC, Switch-specific gyroscopic/motion controls, and HD Rumble. New touch controls have also been added for handheld mode. As for Xbox One and PS4, they'll also be getting the full game and all of its DLC, plus "a range of technical enhancements for greater visual fidelity and authenticity, including enhanced lighting and clouds, new cinematic camera angles, high resolution textures and more." The game will run at 1080p natively on Xbox One and PS4, while also offering 4K for Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. Finally, the VR experience is called LA Noire: The VR Case Files and will release for the HTC Vive headset. It focuses on seven of the cases from the game, which have been rebuilt for the VR experience. Could this possibly be a prelude to Rockstar creating a future LA Noire sequel? While LA Noire's original developer, Team Bondi, shut down back in late 2011, it certainly looks like a possibility, though releasing the game on Switch is also a great way for the company to gauge how well M-rated content as a whole will sell on the console. Source: IGN Does LA Noire's announcement for current consoles surprise you? Will you be buying it?
  2. Remember a while back, Lindsay Lohan sued Rockstar because she claimed they had used her likeness? Apparently she lost that battle (not surprisingly). What it came down to in the lawsuit was the fact that Rockstar never referred to her by name or used the name in-game, and never used her as a model or even a picture of her (and I assume sufficient proof followed for that). Lohan never really had any proof at all beyond a few vague references to Mean Girls. Even then, I'm sure that all falls under parody. Also, someone brought it up on Twitter, but if anyone has grounds to sue, it's clearly model Kate Upton as the picture in the spoiler below shows. Anyhow, if you want to check out the full story, you can read it here.
  3. Take-Two Interactive revealed during a financial conference call yesterday that Rockstar Games is working on an unannounced title for next generation consoles to be released this fiscal year. Unfortunately, no other information on the game was discussed which leaves us to do what we do best... Speculate. The title will most likely be the rumored next generation version of Grand Theft Auto V. Retail listings for PS4 and Xbox One versions GTAV have been popping up over the past few months. Additionally, it was revealed that the game had shipped 33 million units and surpassed $1 billion in sales. It wouldn't be surprising if Rockstar wanted to further cash in on this wildly successful video game by bringing it to next gen consoles. If not GTAV, then what? Rockstar has a number of franchises in need of sequels such as Red Dead Redemption, LA Noire, and even Bully. The small time window make these far less likely scenarios but we can hope, right? With the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015 news on the unannounced title is expected to come in the near future. Stay tuned to Game Podunk for updates. Source: VG247 What do you think this mysterious release could be?
  4. http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/12/02/gta-5-lindsay-lohan-supposedly-ready-to-sue-rockstar In today's lolwut headline, it appears Li-lo might sue Rockstar over a character that seems to be based on her in GTAV. Can't imagine she'll get very far; even if the character is intentionally based on her, it's probably a parody, which would make her claim invalid.
  5. Marcus Estrada

    Review: Grand Theft Auto V

    Developer: Rockstar North Publisher: Rockstar Games Platform: PS3, Xbox 360 Release Date: September 17, 2013 ESRB: M for Mature This review is based on the Xbox 360 version of the game, which was provided by the publisher Back when the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation 1 duked it out for supremacy, I rented a game by the name of Body Harvest. It was so easy to be drawn to this Nintendo-exclusive title as it offered up an expansive world free for exploration. Many times I chose to kill survivors and run off with their trucks rather than save them from giant invading insects. This was my first taste of the open world genre from DMA Designs, who would later become Rockstar Games. Memories of the game clouded my mind for years afterward until finally sinking into Grand Theft Auto 3 and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. San Andreas became my life. At the age of 14 it seemed like the most incredible, free-form exploration possible. Wreaking havoc was massively fun and I would play for hours on the weekends. Since then, the series has mostly failed to recapture my attention. Why am I saying all this? It“s important to me to showcase that GTA played an important part in my gaming life and I intend to long cherish my memories of them. However, I am not so overcome by nostalgia that it“s impossible to view Grand Theft Auto V objectively. Grand Theft Auto V is one hell of a game from a technological standpoint. It had very well better be after the hundreds of staff members and multi-million dollar fees connected with its creation. Requiring an approximately 8GB install on both PS3 and 360, GTA V offers some of the most breathtakingly realistic visuals available to console players. There is a fair amount of texture pop-in, but there“s not much Rockstar could have done to alleviate this engine-based problem. Overall, it looks damn good and serves as a nice way to show that the current console generation is still powerful. In case you still haven“t heard, GTA V focuses around three lead characters - Franklin, Michael, and Trevor - who serve as, well, three sides of the same coin (if there were such a thing as a three-sided coin). Franklin is a young African American man trying to make his way out of the gangster lifestyle of Los Santos and go “legit”. Michael is middle aged, lives with his wife and adult children, and wishes to simply relax and leave his criminal past behind him. Trevor is a psychotic character who seeks out wanton destruction wherever he can. Everyone is tied together by a life of crime as their work intersects. Franklin is the only new guy to the party though, as both Trevor and Michael used to run together. It was only when a heist went totally wrong that Trevor was required to go into hiding and mourned for the perceived death of his buddy Michael for years. With this proven to be a lie, the relationship between the two becomes incredibly tumultuous, often requiring the level headedness of Franklin to keep them from tearing each other up. The ability to use three characters has been a big selling point of GTA V for a while. It“s new to the series and sounds quite cool in theory. In reality, the main reason to switch between characters is just to check out character-specific missions. Usually you can switch between the three men at will but there are times some are inaccessible. During important missions the game may even switch to someone else for you because that“s simply how Rockstar intended the scene to be played. There are tons of possible missions to play. Beyond over fifty required ones, you can also engage in various side missions that range from incredibly dull to fun. Some inform the player about nuances of the selected character while others are just there to waste time. In any case, those interested in getting 100% completion will have a lot of work to do. Beyond doing all the missions there are also collectible items to find as well as special feats to perform such as flying under specified bridges. Rockstar definitely still has it when it comes to creating expansive worlds with lots to do. Beyond the three characters to play there is another big addition to the series in the form of heists. Players must set up a heist by selecting one of two plans (safe or bombastic, basically), choosing your cast of crooks, and preparing all required elements. Once in the heist, no matter the choice, you usually end up having to fight off a swarm of cops at some point. After a successful heist, all involved parties get a cut and the game proceeds as normal. As touted as heists are, there are only six in the game and they are all tied to integral story missions. You definitely can“t just choose to stick up a joint for fun. Once you“ve spent a while with the glorious open world experience though things start to become apparent. At least in my case, the more I played, the more it was clear that GTA V is a game utterly stuck in the past. For all the graphical advancements, there is little about the game which prepares us for the next generation. Put simply, it relies on many antiquated gaming techniques and sees no reason to change them. The GTA formula has not changed since its PS2 days. First, you“ve got the heavy focus on driving. This has long been a staple of GTA (heck, the game is titled after stealing cars!). However, by now we have likely all been tainted by other open world games that offer something better. Sleeping Dogs had very prompt fast travel available. While GTA V does fast travel as well, you still have to take the moment to either find a taxi or wait for one. Then there is the elephant in the room by the name of Saints Row IV. After zipping over buildings and flying through that world it can be especially difficult to be so terrestrial here. Driving becomes more of an issue because of how GTA V is structured. Often you will drive to a mission, then be tasked with driving to another location. Then, perhaps you“ll have to drive some more as you chase someone down or run from the cops. Driving is the name of the game and you“ll be doing copious amounts of it to weave through the huge world of Los Santos. This may become more difficult thanks to the unusual handling of cars. GTA has always seemed to have unusual car mechanics and that holds true here. No matter your driving skill in other games you“ll likely spend some time in GTA skidding and crashing all over the place. Then there“s the humor, which appears to have barely evolved over the years. It may be because I“ve grown up in the years since playing San Andreas, but it“s just not that funny anymore. They hammer on a lot of the same tone of jokes as before and have only tweaked it to fit with modern issues such as corrupt corporations, social networking, and the like. But we“ve also seen a rise in satire and parody in American media so their tone stands as far less “daring” now. The goofy, ham-fisted parody also seems to now be at odds with what GTA V is attempting to pull off with its story. But what of the story? Does Rockstar manage to coalesce each of the three character“s narratives in a meaningful way? They do mesh together well and it all makes sense. However, it really feels like the developer was most focused on Michael. He is the character who gets the most development by far overall and has a real “history” about him. Even though you can play as Franklin and Trevor and explore their own issues, their primary goal is to serve as secondary characters in Michael“s life. There are narrative choices that force you to play as others, they do not wash the feeling away that GTA V is still a story about Michael. It“s a good story, but unfortunate that the others could not have had their own full narratives. Of course, there is also the heated issue of how characters are represented in the game. Everyone, from the lead characters to faux celebrities and the government of GTA V all are treated horribly. Everyone is someone to be made fun of. But does that really work when some groups really are mistreated in our society? What exactly is the point of shaming already underpowered peoples? It doesn“t seem a smart satire when you really start to break down the humor. Not everyone will care and they are free to feel this way. But just because I do care about this topic doesn“t render me unfit to play. After all, if everyone who had any issues with the representation of characters in it stopped playing, then only horrible bigots, racists, sexist, etc would be playing. And, as gamers are keen to suggest, this is not the majority audience of the GTA series. It is a game for “everyone” who enjoys wrecking stuff in an open world - except apparently anyone who voices any problem with said games. Like I said earlier, GTA V is a technical marvel. It looks great and handles mostly well when playing through the 15+ hours of main story. There are even interesting questions raised as to what motivates these men to kill and why they can“t stop. But beyond that there are a host of gameplay missteps that make it feel closer to a PS2 game than PS4. Many will still enjoy the game wholeheartedly and that is great for them. After all, this is a game with a 97 Metacritic score. For me, it seems that my tastes have changed in the 9 years since my last visit to San Andreas. At this point, it would be impossible for me to celebrate Grand Theft Auto V as anything other than a game trapped in its own massive shadow. Pros: + Huge world rife for exploration + Copious possible amounts of playtime via side missions/collectibles/etc + Heists are an exciting new addition to the series Cons: - Jeez, did we always drive this much around expansive maps? - Michael sees the most attention and even then only barely sees his character develop - Instead of satire feeling exciting/fresh it feels aged - like something an older person trying to be “hip” would come up with Overall Score: 6.5 (out of 10) Decent Grand Theft Auto V feels like it has lost itself in spectacle. As fun as it may be on the surface, it ends up being both devoid of any heart and dated.
  6. DarkCobra86

    GTA V Multiplayer

    Taken from Milkman at GDD. Been meaning to post this. This trailer actually makes me want to play GTA 5 even though I have never played any of the GTA games. I have always been more or less "meh" about the series. I did want to play it just to know what the fuss is about. But this multiplayer is cool and we could totally do a GP clan mjuahhahaha.
  7. Marcus Estrada

    Grand Theft Auto 5 Trailer Released

    Whenever a new bit of Grand Theft Auto V information comes out it tends to be a big deal. With such a massive franchise, every tidbit of news is important. Even this trailer which has come out today was prefaced by the announcement of the trailer's release date which was reported by multiple sites. Well, the trailer's out today so you can finally take a longer glimpse at the game and what it has to offer. Grand Theft Auto V definitely looks more expansive than before. Diving, hunting, and engaging in recreational sports all appear to be adding an extra layer of non-essential tasks to perform. Of course, the trailer also showcases more core elements of the gameplay, such as how the three lead characters can be used in game and how it changes things. Heists were also detailed as strategized by the player meaning they can be incredibly sophisticated or brazen assaults in broad daylight. Check out the Grand Theft Auto V trailer yourself and prep for the September 17th launch date for PS3/360:
  8. Marcus Estrada

    E3 2013: Grand Theft Auto V Gets PS3 Bundle

    Although the PS3 is getting along in age there are many who have yet to experience the console. Perhaps that's why Sony have decided to partner up with Rockstar to create a new PS3 bundle. The PS3 bundle includes a PS3 Super Slim with 500 GB hard drive alongside a copy of Grand Theft Auto V. Their bundle costs $300 and is out on September 17th, 2013.
  9. Marcus Estrada

    The Warriors Closing in on PSN Release

    When Manhunt came to PS2 Classics on PSN last week, Rockstar Games stated that The Warriors would also be making its way onto the service soon. It looks like they were serious about saying "soon" because the game will be made available next week. The game based on the much-loved 1979 film of the same name is certainly less controversial than Manhunt. Of course, it is still rated M. When it comes to PSN it will be at the cost of $10, which is perfectly in line with other PS2 Classics releases. With The Warriors soon available on PSN, the service now boasts a ton of Rockstar's catalog. Bully, Red Dead Revolver, and all PS2 versions of Grand Theft Auto are already there. What is your favorite or least favorite Rockstar game of all time?
  10. Marcus Estrada

    Manhunt Sneaking Up on PSN

    Rockstar's wares have seen many downloads on PSN thanks to their release of all the PS2 Grand Theft Auto titles recently. However, they aren't content with having an incomplete library on the PS2 Classics section. Nope, more games are still coming - one of which is Manhunt. This announcement comes straight from the Rockstar blog. Manhunt originally launched in 2003 to a great deal of controversy due to its semi snuff film nature. The violent stealth adventure eventually saw a sequel, available on Wii and PS2, which also got some negative attention. The PS2 Classics version will run users the typical $10 fee and be out on the next PS Store update. Now there are only a few Rockstar games left that aren't available digitally. The Warriors is one such game and was noted by the company as coming soon to PSN.
  11. Brace yourselves, for the rumor mill will be churning at full speed yet again: Rockstar has just released three character trailers for Grand Theft Auto V. Each trailer shows off a different character's life and back story, with snappy jams backing each for added effect. But you don't have to take my word for it, let's watch: First up is Michael. Not to be confused with the Sony marketing campaign of 2011, Michael is the ground-breaking archetype of a rich white guy, bored of his lofty life and spoiled family. He drinks, he wrestles his daughter for the remote to watch violent movies. Of course, his wife is cheating on him, so the trailer demonstrates. Michael's your All American guy, living the dream. He ultimately seems to be going through some midlife crisis, however, and, given the narrative of Grand Theft Autos past, probably comes to glamorize crime or something. This trailer is set to Queen's 1984 song, "Radio Ga Ga." Watch here! Next up, there is Franklin. Franklin is also a narrative cliche, a young black gang-banger (the kind we're allowed to talk about here) who seems to be looking to get "out." This trailer is more about showing off the action and violence, contextualizing Franklin through his lifestyle, rather than the personal narrative that Michael got. Franklin's backing track is Jay Rock's 2011 song, "Hood Gone Love It." Check it out! Finally, the third trailer is of Trevor. Trevor plays to the 'crazy hillbilly' archetype. We learn that he is a drug dealer, and seems to act and react in immensely extreme ways, showing him as being the mentally unstable one of this cast of criminals and murderers. He seems to play a sort of cross between Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and The Dark Knight's The Joker, committing crimes and reveling in it. We even see him in his underwear! It is really just the craziest thing. He's backed by Waylon Jennings's 1975 hit song, "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?" Your eye feet look tired from all this reading, take a load off, and watch this video instead: Grand Theft Auto V will be hitting PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 17th of 2013. It will be hitting PC... probably eventually. Until then, stay tuned for all the latest here at Game Podunk!
  12. Grand Theft Auto was a pretty strong force to be reckoned with in the PS2 era. Not only did three games arrive on the platform, so too did spin offs developed for the PSP. These two games, Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories, were meant to take advantage of the lower end hardware and still provide a Grand Theft Auto experience. Later, Rockstar had both games ported up to PS2. Now, the PS2 versions are being brought to PSN for PS3 owners to enjoy. Each game is set to cost $10 and joins a still-growing library of Rockstar PS2 Classics on the Store. Midnight Club games as well as other Grand Theft Auto titles have already been sitting on the storefront for a while, making players wonder when other games would arrive. Of course, there are still games missing from PSN that are a part of Rockstar's catalog. In response, they have said: "Stay tuned for word on more Rockstar titles coming soon to the PS2 Classics collection." Perhaps Manhunt will finally see PS2 Classics status. Are there any Rockstar games you want that are not currently available on PSN?
  13. Last week, we told you about how Grand theft Auto V had been pushed back for a September release date. Rockstar themselves were the ones to announce this delay in a post on their official website. Now it appears the company has updated that post with an explanation as to why there is a delay: “Sometimes such delays are necessary in all forms of entertainment," said a Rockstar representative, "and especially in the case of a game experience as massive and complex as GTAV.†The representative continues to say that “to those of you saying or seeing various conspiracy theories about there being some other ulterior motive for this delay, rest assured that they“re all nonsense – literally the only reason we“ve delayed the release is because we want the game to be as good as it needs to be.†Along with GTA V's release date being pushed back, so too was the game's box art reveal, which was originally supposed to be shown off last month. Rockstar has explained that the box art “will be coming out a bit later as well.†Are you looking forward to Grand Theft Auto V?
  14. Jordan Haygood

    Grand Theft Auto V Gets Delayed

    The Xbox 360 and PS3 title Grand Theft Auto V was originally going to be releasing sometime in Spring, but publisher Rockstar Games has shifted that release window to September 17 instead. Rockstar says that this decision was to "allow additional development time." “We know this is about four months later than originally planned and we know that this short delay will come as a disappointment to many of you," said the publisher in a message to fans, "but, trust us, it will be worth the extra time.†They went on to say that “GTAV is a massively ambitious and complex game and it simply needs a little more polish to be of the standard we and, more importantly, you require.†Grand Theft Auto V is planned to be the largest GTA yet, taking place in the fictional city of Los Santos, which you may remember from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. The game will also feature three protagonists, and will include more "extreme" missions than ever before. Now that it has been delayed, you should expect to see Grand Theft Auto V breaking into stores on September 17, later this year. Are you looking forward to GTA V? Are you disappointed by this delay?
  15. For all of those poor PC souls being left to defend themselves in the dark by Rockstar and their total lack of any PC support for Grand Theft Auto V, this might come as some good news. A PC port of the highly anticipated title has appeared for pre-order on the French Amazon website. Of course, you shouldn't get your hopes up just yet. These sorts of listings could always be the result of an error, but at the same time we've seen so many actual leaks coming from different foreign Amazon websites that its hard to tell anymore. I wouldn't hold my breath, but its worth keeping an eye on. You can view the pre-order page yourself at the link.
  16. Jared

    GTA V PC

  17. Marcus Estrada

    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Headed to PSN

    Word travels fast on the internet. Just yesterday, sites were buzzing with a listing found on PlayStation Asia's site which showed a download version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Did this mean the game was coming here? There was very little time to speculate as today the PS Blog has confirmed it. San Andreas is the latest game added to the PS2 Classics on PSN and will be available with this week's PS Store update. Way back in February when GTA 3 and Vice City were re-rated for PSN, it seemed like only a matter of time before San Andreas would make it. Apparently it took much longer than expected though, and there does not seem to be any HD Collection in the works. Those who have yet to play Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas may still find this pick up worth it. The game first launched in 2004 and became incredibly popular (as GTA tends to do). When media attention swarmed the game over the supposedly scandalous "Hot Coffee" mod, the game was actually reprinted with the offending code removed. Funnily enough, during all this media attention, no one ever commented on a fairly scandalous scene shown during a cutscene. Presumably, the digital copy will be the updated version of San Andreas.
  18. If you were following this story when it initially broke earlier, IGN and others spotted a listing on European retailer GAME's page that showed off Grand Theft Auto V promotional material as well as launch window. Although that was pretty much all the proof necessary, they took it down for a bit, and people were allowed to speculate for a minute or two. Then, Take-Two themselves posted an actual Rockstar announcement that the game is indeed coming for that timeframe. Spring 2013 is of course the expected launch window and not set in stone but it is rather surprising to think that the game may be that near completion. Grand Theft Auto V will be coming to PS3 and 360, with no mention currently about a PC port. Pre-orders for the game open up across the nation on November 5th for all those GTA-hungry gamers out there. Disregarding DLC and spinoff games (such as Chinatown Wars), the last big GTA game, Grand Theft Auto IV, launched four years ago in 2008. With such a close release window, we should probably expect to start seeing much more content from the game detailed. So far, much of it has been kept under wraps. A few months ago, Rockstar even had to answer the question of why they were revealing so little about the game! Are you still interested in the GTA series? Are there any other big games you'll be playing this Spring?
  19. Rockstar showed off some new screenshots of the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5, thanks to a question asked by some person who wasn't messing around. "Why don't you give us more news?" a fan asked without preamble. Rockstar gave the usual answer for this sort of thing, informing the question-asker that they wanted to give fans correct information, and wanting to hold back surprises for when the game actually released and whatnot. Then, like a parent producing candy after lecturing their child on the lesson of patience, Rockstar's responder offered a pair of pictures to show off just a small portion of the game. Clearly helicopters are making a return, which fans will likely enjoy, because the cityscape available looks like it would be interesting to fly overtop. A second image was also revealed, however, that's a little more grounded. This beachfront scene shows off what's presumably a couple of characters apart from the teem, some flora on the horizon, and water reflecting it all. It's good that they didn't just share the one above, because, if there's one shot to show off the work put into the game, it would be this one. No official release date has been announced, so we'll keep an eye out for that, but it has been nearly a year since Grand Theft Auto V's announcement, so it'll probably be some time soon.
  20. Marshall Henderson

    New Grand Theft Auto 5 Screen Shot Beachfront

    From the album: Grand Theft Auto 5

    New Grand Theft Auto 5 screenshot shows off a beachfront with people sitting around.