CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
Grand Theft Auto V is an absolute triumph that fires on all cylinders. It's a relevant, witty, and satirical experience that's as smart as it is completely addicting.
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Grand Theft Auto IV is a game that you simply have to play. The single-player game, which you can still play long after you complete the story, is the series' best by far, and the multiplayer features are good enough that you'll have no problem finding people to play with for many months to come.
Typical price: $119.95
GTA Chinatown Wars loses little of its charm in this port from the DS/PSP to the iPhone, but the smartphone's touchscreen makes for a difficult control scheme, especially at the game's break-neck speeds.
Typical price: $12.99
PC gamers will need to wait even longer for the game -- they won't be able to get it till late January.
Violence and subject matter make it a 'no' for the kiddies, but everyone else should go out and buy it, play it and love it. It's a sandbox of joy and pleasure.
Typical price: $100.00
Rockstar Games' 2013 megahit is coming to the latest gaming hardware with a graphical upgrade and the ability to transfer your progress from current consoles.
Fans of the GTA franchise can buy the game for $7, but it only works with a handful of available Windows Phone devices.
Some quite pulsating Russian dashcam footage ends with a car chase, a knife, a shovel, and a sense of deja-seen-that-in-a-video-game.
Will controllers turn iOS devices into true handheld game devices? Rockstar's newest Grand Theft Auto on iOS is the best reason yet to get one.
An Auburn student might be in trouble, after claiming that a video game caused him to allegedly steal a truck and even kidnap a woman.