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Grand Theft Website

Posted by Echowood on February 15, 2008.
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It was only after I finished having sex with a prostitute, then killed her and took her money, that I realized my life would never be the same. Grand Theft Auto III shot its way onto the scene with enough sex, violence, chaos, and laughter, that the world sat wide-eyed with mouth agape. Video games weren't supposed to do this sort of thing. Killing people shouldn't be this fun. Running errands for the mafia shouldn't be this rewarding. And while we drove down pedestrians on the sidewalk, we were oblivious to the fact that video games would be forever changed. Six and a half years later, and the folks at Rockstar are about to kick it up a notch with Grand Theft Auto 4.

For a glimpse into the unhinged, dark, and comical world of Grand Theft Auto and Liberty City, Rockstar has opened up their website for the new game. By exploring Liberty City (a satirized, but amazingly one-off version of New York), you'll come across such gems as The Steinway Beer Garden and Banging Trash Can Lids for an Hour. While I'm sure it's no substitute for the real thing, it will keep fans (and curious/innocent on-lookers) entertained until the game is released on April 29th.

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