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Rockstar had promised Red Dead Redemption 2 news this summer, and the company delivered, just six ho

Rockstar had promised Red Dead Redemption 2 news this summer, and the company delivered, just six hours before the autumnal equinox (which hits at 4pm ET today). Too bad it’s an announcement of an announcement. Look for a trailer and/or release date on Thursday, September 28, at 11am ET.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Meet The GTA Online Player Who Puts Every Car To The Test

Cars in GTA Online can cost over a million dollars, but surprisingly, the most expensive vehicles are not the fastest. With over 400+ vehicles to choose from, each with its own stats and special abilities, GTA Online players are inundated by choice. The game is updated often, so that number keeps going up. Fans…Read more… […]

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Players Dislike GTA Online’s Expensive New Planes, But They’re Actually Not That Bad

GTA Online’s newest update, Smuggler’s Run, is all about planes and over-the-top action. After months and months of car updates, Smuggler’s Run makes GTA feel fresh again. Even so, the price tags on some additions are making people wince—but fortunately, you can still have fun with this content without having to be a…Read more… Continue […]

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L.A. Noire’s Homicide Investigations Were Some Of The Best 

Last month, we started streaming L.A. Noire on Kotaku’s Twitch channel. While the start of the game has some problems, its homicide investigations take a darker turn, adding nuance and moral ambiguity to the tale of LAPD detective Cole Phelps.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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GTA Online Updates Push Crime Into The Suburbs, Frustrating Residents

In real life, people leave the bustle of city life for the country all the time. Turns out, that phenomenon happens even in digital places like GTA Online, too. GTA players sometimes choose sleepy neighborhoods to avoid crime at their doorstep, but recent updates have turned the real estate market upside down.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Revisiting The Opening Cases of L.A. Noire

Last week, we started playing L.A. Noire on Kotaku’s Twitch channel. It’s a 2011 detective game with a lot of cases to solve. Recently, we finished the cases for the traffic detective desk. It’s a good introduction to the game that also has a few problems.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Popular GTA V Modding Tool OpenIV Is Once Again Being Distributed 

OpenIV, the popular modding tool for games like Grand Theft Auto V, appears to be getting back to business as usual weeks after it was shutdown due to a cease and desist letter issued by Take-Two, GTA’s publisher. Over the weekend, a download button for the software returned to OpenIV’s website.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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GTA Online Hackers Activate Secret Alien Mission Early

After years of hunting, digging through the code and searching every inch of the game, GTA V fans have finally found life from beyond the stars. And because this is GTA, of course the discovery is tied to digital theft and murder.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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GTA V Fans Think They Might Finally Solve A Three-Year-Old Alien Mystery

GTA V fans have looked for aliens endlessly since the launch of the game, all to no avail. After years of fruitless searching, fans have finally started solving a three-year-old mystery involving an alien egg in the GTA V code.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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GTA Online’s Big New Update Adds Awesome Stuff, But It’s Still Frustrating

GTA Online’s free Gunrunning update, which dropped last week, lets players acquire a variety of military tools and weapons, including an underground military bunker. None of it is cheap, and once you have it, you might be left waiting around for too long in order to make any money or unlock more toys.Read more… Continue […]

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Take-Two Shuts Down Paid GTA Online Cheating Tool, Forces Creators To Donate To Charity

Days after Take-Two Interactive shut down a popular GTA V modding tool, another modding service has come into the publisher’s crosshairs. Force Hax, a GTA Online PC modding menu that charged users money for its cheating and harassment services, has not only been taken down, Take-Two asked the developers to apologize…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Take-Two Shuts Down Paid GTA Online Cheating Tool, Forces Creators To Donate To Charity

Days after Take-Two Interactive shut down a popular GTA V modding tool, another modding service has come into the publisher’s crosshairs. Force Hax, a GTA Online PC modding menu that charged users money for its cheating and harassment services, has not only been taken down, Take-Two asked the developers to apologize…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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