Wednesday, 24 December 2008

Chinatown Wars Wallpapers

Rockstar Games updated the official Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars website with two sets of wallpapers in various sizes. The first set features the recently revealed box art and the second one game’s logo.

Click here to download Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars wallpapers pack.


Tuesday, 16 December 2008

GTA Chinatown Wars Update

The official Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars website was updated with a new artwork. It’s believed that it could be the box art for the game when it will be released. The artwork also reveals a small piece of information. Since the box art for Grand Theft Auto III, every single GTA game (excluding GTA Advance) featured an image of a helicopter in the left top corner. This isn’t a case here. Instead of a helicopter there’s a motorbike, which suggests that there’ll be no aircrafts or helicopters specifically, in Chinatown Wars.


Monday, 15 December 2008

The Lost And Damned Update

Rockstar Games updated the official The Lost And Damned website with debut trailer, which was revealed yesterday on Spike TV, and eight never seen before screenshots. Looks like the first downloadable episode available exclusively on the Xbox 360 has a lot to offer.

Official Debut Trailer

Click here to download the High Definition version.


Sunday, 14 December 2008

Abstract Manhunt Fanart

Some very impressive Manhunt inspired fanart was posted by an English illustrator, Dennis Davies. The style he used is very different and original. The Manhunt fanart mini series features the all famous sicko Piggsy, the psychotic convict on death row James Earl Cash and the last but not least, the most memorable characters from the entire game from start to the very end.


Thursday, 11 December 2008

GTA IV PC Reviews Are In

The game is out and reviews are in. This year's biggest and most critically-acclaimed console game is now available on the PC platform - and garnering no shortage of accolades in its new, fully optimized Personal Computer incarnation. Check out what some of the gaming industry's top outlets are saying about the PC version of next addition to the Grand Theft Auto crime family.
"...GTA4 has debuted on the PC. It's a good thing, too, since this is one of the finest titles of the generation thus far... an instant classic, a game unlike any we've played before." - 5/5 (PERFECT SCORE) GAMESPY EDITORS’ CHOICE

"...from the glitz of Liberty City's 'Times Square' to the grime slathered over the industrial areas, Rockstar has produced one of the most authentic, believable settings ever seen in gaming... If you've so far neglected to enter Grand Theft Auto IV's stunning modern metropolis of Liberty City, by all means get this game." - 9.2 “OUTSTANDING” IGN EDITORS’ CHOICE AWARD

"...a genuinely ground-breaking blockbuster in videogame history. There were moments playing GTAIV that I thought back to my initial experiences with games, and realised exactly how far we've come. There's never been anything quite like GTAIV in the world. That there makes me genuinely happy to be a gamer." - 9/10 EUROGAMER


Tuesday, 9 December 2008

GTA San Andreas She-Hulk

Artist Davide Cilloni, took a very interesting and unexpected approach to one of the artworks from Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. Davide’s version of a cover girl, who unfortunately didn’t appear in the game, is very clean and creative. The piece, which is called “gotcha” surely catches the eye with its uniqueness. The choice of color scheme was fresh and very imaginative. Davide Cilloni wanted to catch people’s attention with this artwork, and he achieved it very well.