We all know that websites love making lists of best, worst, and most unusual. With the end of the year just around the corner, what do the pundits consider the best games of the year?
Having covered the video game world for many years, it’s a market you can certainly call mercurial, and the ups and downs can be very abrupt. Technology and story-wise, video games have never been better, but I’m glad I’m not in the gaming business, because it can go from top of the heap to the basement with little warning.
Looks like GTA5 is on track to make that $1 billion week. As of today, it's launch day has seen sales reach $800 million. This is excluding the upcoming launch in Japan. The figures today represent between 13 and 14 million units easily beating GTA4's 13 million units sold. There will, no doubt, be further confirmation of the actual numbers for today and through the remainder of the week, but this is an amazing day for the Grand Theft Auto franchise and for video gaming in general.
2013 is looking like it’s going to be the year of the sequels in video games.
When you sit down and think about what the big game of 2013 will be, Grand Theft Auto V usually first comes to mind.
Back in October, video game maker Rockstar confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V will be the next entry to the GTA franchise, along with a launch window.
While gaming didn’t have a great year overall, it’s really made up for lost time with the incredible success of Halo 4 and Call of Duty Black Ops 2.
Gaming has endured quite a number of ups and downs throughout the years, with the downs often crashing rather abruptly.
There’s no doubt that the current big daddy of gaming is Halo 4, which just had a debut worthy of a blockbuster movie on November 6.
Rockstar has revealed some sparse details about our next anti-hero.
Rockstar Games recently announced a release window for its upcoming open-world adventure game sequel.
Rockstar Games will be rolling out a fifth game in the Grand Theft Auto franchise - which is undoubtedly one of the best-selling and most controversial game properties in history.
Rockstar, the publisher behind the always infamous Grand Theft Auto series, has just released a trailer for its latest entry in the franchise.
It's a game that everyone expected, yet publisher Rockstar still managed to surprise by announcing Grand Theft Auto V with no build-up or fanfare.