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From the battle between GAME and CEX, to Evolve-maker Turtle Rock going it along without Valve, we've got it all covered in the latest MCV.
New versions of Grand Theft Auto V could come to other platforms, if that's where the gamers are, says Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick.
GTA Online was the single largest contributor to Take-Two's digital revenue over the three months to Christmas, the firm has told MCV.
Take-Two has smashed its predicted earnings and has raised its outlook as GTA V shipments surpass 32.5m.
It would appear the biggest game of 2013 is finally landing on PC.
We all knew GTA V would sell well, but not even the most optimistic analyst could have predicted how big it’d be after just four months.
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Listings for a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V have appeared on two of Amazon’s websites.
So we all know GTA V ruled the roost, but how did the other blockbuster games of 2013 fare?
The Top 20 Entertainment Products of 2013 are in, and it's unsurprising to see Grand Theft Auto V come out on top, with 3.67m units sold.
Rockstar’s phenomenally successful Grand Theft Auto V has been named as the game parents would least like their kids to receive this Christmas.
A GTA Online update hitting consoles next week includes the all-new Beach Bum pack.
Early GTA Online players are quids in as Rockstar's in-game cash injection goes live.
Take-Two needs to adapt its strategy to lessen its reliance on High Street retail, one analyst has claimed.
A third of all the money spent on Grand Theft Auto V in the UK in its first two weeks on sale in the UK was spent at Tesco.
Rockstar has announced some new content it is making available for owners of Grand Theft Auto 5 next month.
Rockstar has told Grand Theft Auto V players that their GTA Online cash boost has been a little delayed.
At least, that seems to be what a new article from The Daily Mail is implying.
Grand Theft Auto V has claimed its second successive UK No.1 and its third since release, Gfk Chart-Track has revealed.
Grand Theft Auto V continues to break retail records, reaching 3m UK sales faster than any game before it.
Last month Grand Theft Auto V smashed Call of Duty’s record for the biggest video game launch ever. And now Activision wants that record back. At least one day.
Pokemon may have beaten it to the top of the Japanese charts, but Grand Theft Auto V has redefined what a Western game can achieve in Japan.
Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V continues to claim retail records.
Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V has claimed it’s second UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats UK No.1 after two weeks at the top for EA’s FIFA 14.