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After three consecutive weeks where new IP ruled the UK retail charts, Rockstar’s crime opus Grand Theft Auto V has reclaimed its crown.
A TV drama series based on Grand Theft Auto is in the works at the BBC, the corporation has announced.
Ubisoft has once again placed three titles in the UK retail Top Ten, as an Assassin’s Creed Unity promotion saw the game rise four spaces.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s return to the No.1 UK retail charts position means it is now drawing with Grand Theft Auto V’s top spot tally.
Grand Theft Auto V is once again No.1 in the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
If you’ve read any of our Take-Two interviews in recent years, you’ll have read the same story: Take-Two is no-longer the Grand Theft Auto company.
Former Rockstar developers Craig Conner and Will Morton have opened a new production studio dubbed Solid Audioworks.
Regular readers of MCV magazine will notice a significant change from this week.
Take-Two has registered the name City Stories, which has seen the internet speculate about a possible new GTA.
Publishing giant Take-Two has told MCV it has no plans to increase the number of Grand Theft Auto games it releases.
Cheating in Grand Theft Auto Online will not be tolerated, developer Rockstar has warned.
Rockstar's 2004 Grand Theft Auto release San Andreas is heading to mobile devices in December, the studio has announced.
Actor Alec Baldwin claims he turned down a ludicrous sum of money to voice the role of a mob man in Grand Theft Auto 2.
A new report from Exponential Interactive paints a very different picture of the average Grand Theft Auto V player than you might expect.
Warner Bros' Olivier Wolff talks exclusively to MCV about Batman, profitibility and becoming a games industry super-power in the latest edition of MCV.
A new Grand Theft Auto set in London wouldn’t really be a GTA game at all, Rockstar’s Dan Houser has argued.
There's reason to be excited ahead of next week's Grand Theft Auto V launch.
Strategy guides for a major blockbuster game, eh? Who'd have thought it?
Rockstar Games' upcoming blockbuster GTA V will ship on two discs for Xbox 360, and will take up a hefty 8GB on your hard drive.