A new GTA V gameplay trailer shows off the re-imagined state of San Andreas that players can explore and destroy in the next installment of the Grand Theft Auto series. Today’s Grand Theft Auto V trailer shows the first gameplay footage of the new GTA V, proving that although the series won’t make the jump […]
Rockstar Games’ classic open world action game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is now available for the iPhone and iPad for $3.99. The iOS release Grand Theft Auto: Vice City celebrates the game’s tenth anniversary, which first released on the PlayStation 2 in 2002. Vice City follows the story of Tommy Vercetti in Vice City, an […]
To celebrate the game’s 10th anniversary Rockstar Games will bring Grand Theft Auto: Vice City to iOS and Android later this fall. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City first released on the PlayStation 2 in 2002 and lets players play in and eventually take control of an over-the-top version of Miami from the 1980s. The mobile […]
Finally, after weeks of waiting, Max Payne for Android has finally hit the Google Play Store. Rockstar Games promised that the highly anticipated game would go on sale early this morning for those in the Eastern Standard Time zone (EST) and last night for those in the Pacific Standard Time zone (PST) and the developer […]
As expected, the original Max Payne has arrived on Apple’s iOS App Store and is now available to owners of the iPhone and Apple’s tablet, the iPad. The game comes courtesy of Rockstar Games, the same company that makes Grand Theft Auto III, and it will cost iOS owners a mere $2.99 to download. An […]
Rockstar Games, makers of Grand Theft Auto III, will bring another of their popular titles to smartphones and tablets this month. Max Payne Mobile will be available for iOS on April 12 with the Android version arriving a bit later on April 26th. Like GTA III, Max Payne is a port from the PC version […]
Rockstar Games said last month that the iOS/Android mobile version doesn’t support them (along with custom mods, soundtracks, or mapping to external controllers). Turns out that’s not quite true. Members of GTA Forums discovered that most of the PC cheat codes work on the Android version. You just need a keyboard to enter them.