Imagine if Rockstar made a "Grand Theft Auto" game that combined all of the cities featured in past games in the franchise. It could be a beautiful thing and recent comments hint that this is something Rockstar wants to accomplish. Read More...

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Grand Theft Auto San Andreas

"Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" contained an adventure filled with illicit acts, crimes and punishable offenses, but a backup singer from Cypress Hill believes that he's found an element within the game that's worthy of a lawsuit against Rockstar Games and publisher Take-Two Interactive. Michael "Shagg" Washington claims that Rockstar ripped off his likeness and details from his life to create "San Andreas" star Carl "CJ" Johnson, and he's filed a complaint in a Los Angeles Superior Court stating that much and more.

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Rockstar Games Wii

"Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars" experienced disappointing sales when it came to the Nintendo DS, but Rockstar North doesn't appear to have given up on the portable platform. In fact, job listings posted by the studio indicate that they still need physics-savvy developers to help out on Wii, DS and PSP projects. There's no way to know at this point if either of the two new recruits will be working on a GTA game, but with a prominent analyst predicting "Grand Theft Auto 5" at E3 in June, such scenarios are worth contemplating.

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Following up our hands-on preview from yesterday, Rockstar has released a video featuring the new weapons and vehicles that'll appear in "Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony." Of special note is The Buzzard, a super maneuverable attack chopper, as well as an auto-shotgun with exploding rounds which can, according to Rockstar's fake news organization, "field dress a deer or a mouthy neighbor in one shot."

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The next and (presumably) final piece of add-on content for "Grand Theft Auto 4" is coming at the end of October. "Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony" gives players a widely different point of view on Liberty City, revealing the glitzy high life, as opposed to the grime of "GTA 4" and "The Lost and the Damned." The episode will be available as downloadable content over Xbox Live, or folks can buy "GTA: Episodes from Liberty City" as a disc, which includes the content from "The Ballad of Gay Tony" and "The Lost and the Damned" (but not the content from "Grand Theft Auto 4").

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