Grand Theft Auto IV (Xbox 360) by Rockstar Games



Grand Theft Auto IV (Xbox 360) by Rockstar Games Box Art




Release Date
April 28, 2008.

Average Overall Score:
9.71 / 10
97.1%

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Friday, May 25, 2007

Achievements

Off The Boat
Complete the first mission.
5
One Hundred And Eighty
In a darts game score 180 with 3 darts.
10
Pool Shark
Beat a friend at pool.
10
King of QUB3D
Beat the High Score in QUB3D.
15
Finish Him
Complete 10 melee counters in 4 minutes.
15
Genetically Superior
Come first in 20 singleplayer street races.
25
Wheelie Rider
Do a wheelie lasting at least 500 feet on a motorbike.
30
Gobble Gobble
Score 3 strikes in a row, a turkey, in 10-pin bowling.
10
Driving Mr. Bellic
Unlock the special ability of taxi.
10
Rolled Over
Do 5 car rolls in a row from one crash.
30
Walk Free
Lose a 4 star wanted rating by outrunning the cops.
50
Courier Service
Complete all 10 package delivery jobs.
10
Retail Therapy
Unlock the special ability of buying guns from a friend.
10
Chain Reaction
You must blow up 10 vehicles in 10 seconds.
20
One Man Army
Survive 5 minutes on 6 star wanted level.
40
Lowest Point
Complete mission "Roman's Sorrow".
5
Order Fulfilled
Complete all 10 Exotic Export orders.
10
Manhunt
Complete the most wanted side missions from the police computer.
15
Cleaned The Mean Streets
Capture 20 criminals through the police computer.
20
Fed The Fish
Complete the mission "Uncle Vlad".
5
It'll Cost Ya
Complete a taxi ride without skipping from one island to another.
5
Sightseer
Fly on all helicopter tours of Liberty City.
5
Warm Coffee
Successfully date a girl to be invited into her house.
5
That's How We Roll!
Unlock the special ability of helicopter.
10
Half Million
Reach a balance of $500,000.
55
Impossible Trinity
Complete mission "Museum Piece".
10
Full Exploration
Unlock all the islands.
20
You Got The Message
Deliver all 30 cars ordered through text message.
20
Dare Devil
Complete 100% of the unique stunt jumps.
30
Assassin's Greed
Complete all 9 assassin missions.
20
Endangered Species
Collect every hidden package in the game.
50
Under The Radar
Fly underneath the main bridges in the game that cross water with a helicopter.
40
Dial B For Bomb
Unlock the special ability of phoning for a bomb to be placed.
10
Gracefully Taken
Complete mission "I'll Take Her".
10
Liberty City (5)
After meeting all possible friends, the ones left alive all like you above 90%.
20
No More Strangers
Meet all random characters.
5
That Special Someone
Complete mission "That Special Someone".
10
You Won!
Complete the final mission.
60
Liberty City Minute
Complete the story missions in less than 30 hours.
30
Key To The City
Achieve 100% in "Game progress" statistic.
100
Teamplayer
Kill 5 players who are not in your team, in any ranked multiplayer team game.
10
Cut Your Teeth
Earn a personal rank promotion in multiplayer.
5
Join The Midnight Club
Win a ranked multiplayer race without damaging your vehicle too much and with damage enabled.
10
Fly The Co-op
Beat our time in ranked versions of "Deal Breaker", "Hangman's NOOSE" and "Bomb da Base II".
15
Taking It For The Team
Be on the winning team in all ranked multiplayer team games.
10
Top Of The Food Chain
Kill 20 players with a pistol in a ranked multiplayer deathmatch.
10
Top The Midnight Club
Come first in 20 different ranked standard multiplayer races.
20
Wanted
Achieve the highest personal rank in multiplayer.
20
Auf Wiedersehen Petrovic
Win all ranked multiplayer variations, all races and "Cops 'n Crooks", as both sides.
30
Let Sleeping Rockstars Lie
Kill a Rockstar developer in a ranked multiplayer match.
10

User Reviews

Score: 97
Overall User Average: 9.71 / 10 (97.1%)
Gameplay User Average: 9.69 / 10
Graphics User Average: 9.60 / 10
Sound User Average: 9.70 / 10
ktos
Date reviewed: August 5, 2008.

Overall:
It is a video game that outlines a different sense in the industry.

I have played GTA for the first time.

The first hour makes hurt the stomach, soon after it is a exciting game.

Special mention deserves the development of an alive city and without retard some, this is important to give the sensation of speed in the careers.

The structure of each mission is surprising, interesting and violent, they produce a strongly addictive sensation.

The sound recreates with accuracy the radio stations and the pulse of the city.

The graphic detail is a little inferior to other games, but the atmosphere and the work with the light compensates this condition thoroughly.

Not advisable for children or adolescents.



Overall: 99 %
Gameplay: 99 %
Graphics: 97 %
Sound: 100 %

JC Elite
Date reviewed: June 22, 2008.

Overall: Hype can sometimes be a tough thing. In the world of video games, there is no other franchise that is more hyped than the Grand Theft Auto games. To be fair, however, Rockstar usually delivers when it releases a GTA game. I haven't been as big a fan of the other GTA games as many other people have, but I still find them fun and definately worth playing. The hype surrounding this game was beyond crazy. And then after many, many major publications/websites gave the game perfect scores.....well, yea my expectations were through the roof. Unfortunately, the game didn't live up to that '10' score that many reviewers gave it. But like the other games in the series, it's still fun and definately worth playing.
Gameplay: If you have played any of the past three Grand Theft Auto games, then you will know what you are in for when it comes to gameplay. The storyline is actually pretty good this time around, well at least for the first part of the game. After several hours into the story, you are basically running around doing errands and being a 'hitman' of sorts for all kinds of underworld crime bosses. The Irish, Blacks, Hispanics, Italians, and even your fellow Russians have people for you to go @!%#*!@!%#*!inate or other tasks that are very similar to what you have been doing in the last three GTA games.

That's not to say the game is not fun, because it is. It has that same addictive nature as the last few games. The problem I have with it is that it gets VERY repetitive & apparently Rockstar really couldn't come up with much else to do all these years. Sure it's fun to go play darts, shoot pool, bowl, go out on a date, etc. You can even watch TV for as long as you want while sitting in your apt./safehouse. It's those little touches are what makes GTA 4 get a score above an '8', in my book.

As I was saying, however, there isn't much to do in the way of missions except for running around killing everyone you are told to kill by whomever is paying you to do so. Some of the missions are quite aggravating due to the horrible 'aiming while driving', shooting sequences. But other than that, it's mostly just meeting with your 'boss', then driving to destination on mini-map, and killing the little red dot. Then you get paid. That's pretty much the bulk of the game. Now the beginning and the end are actually pretty cool and give the story it's meat.

The game is very fun, but this series needed more of an overhaul. This just feels like Rockstar perfecting everything about the last three games (including the new aiming controls, which are WAY better) and adding in some new little things, like I mentioned before. Sure it's fun to get a call from one of your 'friends' (another new feature), pick him up and head out to a strip club to get a lap dance.......but it gets old after a couple times and really doesn't add THAT much to the game.

If you did like the last three GTA games, you will probably like this one. And you will might even like it more than the last ones, but it's not a revolutionary game or anything close.
Graphics: One thing that really bugged me about the last couple GTA game were the visuals. It was clearly an aging graphic engine, and thankfully Rockstar really did a good job with the visuals in GTA 4. Some of the characters do look and animate a bit goofy and there are a lot of things in the enviroment that look 'last-gen', but the game looks great as a whole. The city is absolutely huge and looks outstanding at certain times of the night. You will get nice touches like thunderstorms and rain, which both look great.

I should mention that I did run into some pop-up and draw-in at times and it happened right next to my character a couple times. That shouldn't be happening on a system like the Xbox 360 & this far into the system's lifecycle, but it wasn't anything that ruined the game for me.
Sound: This is going to be shocking to type, but I am actually somewhat disappointed by the audio in this game. The voice acting is all very good and actually hilarious in some cases. It really saves the audio score for me. I was very disappointed in the selection of music here, though. I remember driving around in GTA 3, listening to the soundtrack to the movie 'Scarface'. Or doing a drive-by shooting in Vice City while laughing with some Phil Collins on the radio. I didn't really have any of those moments here in this game. I did find it hilarious when the song that the serial killer from 'Silence Of The Lambs' listens to in that creepy scene (if you know what I am talking about, yea it's creepy as hell) popped on the radio in GTA 4. The song is also in a hilarious scene in 'Clerks 2' invoving Jay & Silent Bob, for you movie-buffs out there.
Suggestions: What I would like from the next game in this series is something completely different. I don't want to spend another 30-40 hrs. driving around a huge city being a errand boy for every gang in the city. Each game in this series has to live up to a crazy amount of hype, and it's not like this game is not fun or worth owning. I am very glad I purchased this and it will probably keep me busy for quite some time. But I can only play this for a couple hours and then I get bored. It's because the gameplay is repetitive and the story takes a backseat to that repetitive gameplay after the first part of the game. That's a shame because I really liked the story towards the start of the game.

If you are looking for a really kick-@ss version of the last three games in the series and fancier visuals, then this is your game. If you didn't really like the other GTA games, then I wouldn't bother with this one either. Either way, I would give it a rent and find out for yourself.


Overall: 85 %
Gameplay: 85 %
Graphics: 85 %
Sound: 85 %

Enamelized420-XBA
Date reviewed: May 12, 2008.

Overall: One of the Best Games of 2008 and great addition to the Grand Theft Line up. Especially if you have been a long time GTA Fan this won't let you down. There have been many additions to the game to give many hours of gameplay. Whether it be driving through the streets of Liberty City, taking a Helicopter Tour, maybe relaxing for a comedy show or spend some $$ in a Strip Joint.

There's enough in the Main Story and Side Missions along w. Activities to make sure this is a Title that doesn't leave the disc tray for awhile. Even for someone that's not been a fan of the series can have fun w. the diversity of Gameplay. Take you time on the Main Story or meet up w/ some friends and play one of the many Multi-player Modes on Live.
Gameplay: Well as Niko you will find yourself shacking up w/ your cousin Roman who you thought was making it BIG in Liberty City. Soon enough you learn just how much of a Hot Shot he's not. Alot of the gameplay is what you've become used to with GTA IV but with additions like the auto-aim system being able to Zero in on your enemy and know how much health they have at the same time is nice.
Getting into missions you'll find yourself being able to take cover behind things and use blindfire on your enemies. Now Driving in GTA IV is another story in itself as they've made driving a little more realistic. You can't hang a corner in a SUV as you would a sports car, but don't take my word for it give it a go. Also you'll have respect Levels for people you meet that you'll want to keep up as they will unlock specials that your friends can @!%#*!ist with in your terror of Liberty City, Weapons,Backup or maybe give you a lift in a Helicopter.
There's places located all over Liberty City to have fun and enjoy yourself of maybe splurge on some new threads. Take a date out for some Dinner or maybe shooting a game of pool or possibly bowling may be up yoru alley. Sit back and enjoy a nice comedy act or a drink at one of the local bars. The choice and option is up to you
Graphics: The graphics are great and what's to be expected in the GTA Series. There are some things that stand out like if you shoot out a tire you ride on the rim and sparks fly like a real vehicle. Looking around the city at the Buildings and Waterways w/ boats and barges floating w. a haze off in the distance.

I enjoyed stealing a car and actually watching Niko hotwire the ride and not just jump in and go. Like you would have to do in real life...and we won't go there in relation to drinking. Give it a try for a real treat.
Sound: the fade of a radio as you exit a car, the shattering of gl@!%#*! if you hit the backend of a vehicle are just an example of things you'll hear. Above and beyond conversations between people on the street you p@!%#*!, the vendor on the street advertising his specials it all just draws you into GTA IV and Liberty city making you feel like you are right there as Niko.


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 98 %
Sound: 100 %

Steeps5
Date reviewed: May 6, 2008.

Overall: Grand Theft Auto IV may be the biggest game of the year. It follows up on the old games of the series and completely revolutionizes how the game is played. The GTA series has just kept building up on its' previous titles and making the game better every time. Looking at the stock figures of Take-Two Interactive show just how many people are buying this game. You will not be dissapointed by this new installment in the GTA series.
Gameplay: The gameplay has changed in such a good way that you would need to play the game to fully understand how good this game is. The new auto-aim system lets you easily lock onto targets and manually move the reticule over anywhere on the target's body. You can take out an enemy with a one-shot headshot or slow the person down by shooting their legs, take out the person's gun with a shot to the arm, or whatever else you would want to shoot. The cover system allows you to snap to the nearest piece of cover and blindfire, aim and shoot, or just hide from the enemy.
Graphics: The new graphics engine in this game is worlds apart from any previous GTA game. Liberty City is extremely lifelike in the way that you can interact with civilians on the streets and the damage taken by cars is very realistic. The graphics may not be the best in that the smallest details are not there, I would be safe to say that Call of Duty 4 has better overall graphics. Rockstar has done a great job with the new graphics and has taken the GTA series to new heights.


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 98 %
Graphics: 95 %
Sound: 100 %

Boggess
Date reviewed: May 5, 2008.

Overall: The newest addition to the best game series EVER, doesn't disapoint me. Without a dought its the best game of the year already. Rockstar has completely outdone themselves AGAIN. I simply can't stop playing it, and with the new online modes I don't think I'll stop anytime soon. Its been a long wait but I feel that i got my 90 dollars worth of fun. So for anyone thinking about getting this game, I'll be the first to say stop thinking and get it. You will not be disapointed.


Overall: 100 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 100 %

DozertheDozaria
Date reviewed: May 1, 2008.

Overall: Grand Theft Auto means different things to different people. It really does a great job of combining the most popular forms of gaming into one, huge package. Grand Theft Auto IV has expounded on that formula in a way that makes the game feel somewhat familiar but still fresh enough to be worth the play through and then some. All in all, GTA IV has done what some didn't think it could: It is the game that Rockstar swore was worth the wait.
Gameplay: The gameplay of GTA has to be broken down into it's component parts. The two core gameplay elements are Single Player and Multiplayer. Each version has several of the same gameplay elements in common.

Single Player

The single player mode in GTA brings back the familiar gameplay that fans of the series will remember fondly. The different modes include driving, stealth/tactical movement, action/plaftorming, and adventure gaming. I'm going to call it adventure because of the story... It could almost be Role Playing, but I'm not willing to call it that just yet.

In single player, the controls are quite good; rarely did I feel like movement was an issue that I didn't put myself into (cars getting wedged in the environment is my fault). The camera took a bit to get used to but that was because I haven't played this angle in a while. Once I got used to it, it was almost second nature. The controls for using weapons were likewise easy to get used to. Switching from fists to a shotgun with an enemy in your face is as easy as tappin' the control pad.

Driving the vehicles in the game were basically just the way I remember my recenty jaunt in the GTA Universe, San Andreas. The vehicles do control differently. Try to make a turn with the SUV at the same speed as the sports car and see if you don't end up rolling it... There were a ton of different options in the vehicle arena as well... My current favorite is the chopper (motorcycle not helo) although plowin' into someone with a dumptruck was a blast!

The story is what this game thrives on. It is involving and gives you something to think about with each character. I have heard that late in the game that this character development/attachment is not as strong as early in the game and that may be so. However, at this stage in the game, I see nothing wrong with the way it is running.

Combat is pretty straight forward... Punch, Kick, combo, Defend. That's about it, but it works pretty well. Once you get the hang of it, anyway. It does take awhile and alot of times you may find yourself whippin' out a gun to deal with an @!%#*! whippin' you're receiving. And to me, that's an okay answer too...

All in all, Single Player rocks...

Multiplayer

Multiplayer in this game is not, I REPEAT, NOT CALL OF DUTY 4. That being said, it's a great experience. I think that multiplayer will calm down once people stop trying to play it like CoD4. Play it like you play the game, folks, and you'll have a blast. It is wide open and completely exciting. With the exception of the Adventure/Story trappings, all the things I said about the single player apply to the multiplayer.

Play it, and give it a chance...
Graphics: Visually this game is not the hottest piece of @!%#*! on the block. However it is the most exposive piece of art in the GTA series. The detail on everything is incredible. There are some shared textures and a little pop-in from time to time, but by and large, this is still one of the slickest looking games on any system.

One of the things I was really impressed by was just driving down the road. Especially at full speed. Everything looks so great that I believe they really tried to immerse you in everything you did. Excellent graphics.
Sound: The audio has always been a strong point of the GTA series and this game is no slouch. While I have a hard time finding a music station that I can stay with, the talk radio sections are great. I also love the voice acting in this game. I hated the character Vlad, but I loved the voice acting for him.

Rarely have I thought that the voice acting in a game was on par with anything nearing movie quality but this one definitely is. I have nothing but gushing things to say about the audio in this game...
Suggestions: What can I say... I think this is hands down the best game of the year. PERIOD.


Overall: 99 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 97 %
Sound: 100 %

WillyV2
Date reviewed: May 1, 2008.

Overall: Rockstar has done it again, in releasing Grand Theft Auto IV. With all the traditional GTA concepts in place, this game offers a fresh new experience. Pretty much everything about this game makes you want more. Rockstar definitely made a GTA with IV that every serious gamer needs on their shelf. From the cinema-like cutscenes, the endless driving and exploring, to picking up that prostitute and heading to a back alley, it's all great. There character development is great and the plot falls together smoothly. This is a must have for anyone, even if you didn't like the previous GTA games, this one is very different.
Gameplay: GTA offers familiar gameplay to previous games. Of course, there is the driving, this is where some of the most fun in the game is had. It never gets dull when you hop in any vehicle on the road via jacking it from whoever owns it and just driving; driving over pedestrians, driving over hookers, driving over cops. Of course, as many will know, you would build up your wanted level, which is where the serious fun starts. Trying to escape dozens of cop cars after you and helicopters and more is always fun. Besides the driving to cause some chaos, you can get into fights. Personally, I feel as if the fist fights isn't a strong point in the game, they take a bit to get used too but once you do, it can be fun. However, what I like more is pulling out a weapon of choice and just opening fire on someone. The shooting is familiar to the other GTA games, with the typical targeting which locks onto someone. The shootouts in this game are a lot of fun, I think, and there's nothing better then wasting some drug dealers in the middle of their dealings. Of course, Rockstar has introduced the online gameplay in GTA IV. The online modes offers players hours and hours of extra fun into their GTA IV experience. Cops N Crooks for example puts a team of cops against a team of crooks in two variations of the game mode, All for One which the cops need to kill the Crooks boss before he reaches the extraction point or the One for All option in which the cops need to kill all of the Crooks. The Mafiya gametypes are good too in which you need to follow instructions and complete their objectives before others do. Then of course you have your typical deathmatch and race modes. Turf War is a familiar game mode, where you need to hold designated areas for a certain amount of time. Of course, for those of you who don't like to compete in game modes there is Free Mode, where the city is open and you can do whatever you want, with no objectives. Of course, if you don't want to go ahead with missions or other jobs, you can roam around the city and bowl, play darts, or shoot pool, they even have an arcade game throughout the city, called Qubed. If mini-games don't appeal to you, go to a strip club, I'm sure someone will enjoy that place. You can browse the net, watch TV, there is plenty to do in this game. GTA IV offers some of the best gameplay to date for this generation of consoles.


Graphics: The visuals in this game are great, I think. The scenery while your driving around Liberty City is absolutely phenomenal. There is a lot of detail that went into the design of the city and I think that can be easily seen. The character models in this game are good too, and better than they had previously been for a GTA game. Many cutscenes in this game are great, cinema like even. The opening scene in the game feels much like the opening of a movie, and as the game progresses it still feels that way. The graphics for GTA IV really set the stage for the depth that this game has to offer.

Sound: Audio in GTA IV is great. The voice acting is some of the best voice acting I've seen in a game for a while now, in my opinion, there is nothing bad about it. The sound fits right in with the stellar visuals. The sounds while your driving of vehicles, sounds of the city, and voices of people in the streets. I think it all blends together nicely with the other games features to make this a great experience. The sounds of people screaming as you run them down with your vehicle will never be dull. Of course the radio while driving is still in place. While there are some good stations, there are a few I find to be rather annoying, but maybe that is just me. I happen to like the talk show bits on the radio, definitely funny stuff.

Suggestions: Suggestions.. There are of course a few flaws within the game, but nothing serious that really takes away from the experience of playing through it. One thing I would suggest is work on the fighting. I mean, sure it's alright and all but it's nothing fantastic and could be a lot better. It does indeed take some getting used too but it should be more, fluent.

Other than the combat, I would say don't change much else about the game. Rockstar, you've released a great title in IV and you should keep on the track that your moving in with these games.


Overall: 97 %
Gameplay: 96 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 94 %

Grand Theft Auto IV News

Episodes from Liberty City Boxart Revealed
Rockstar Games always puts out stylish Grand Theft Auto game covers, and Episodes from Liberty City is no exception.

New Grand Theft Auto In Development
A new Grand Theft Auto game will be coming next year, reports industry analyst Michael Pachter of Wedbush Morgan Securities.

Lost and Damned Breaks DLC Record
GTA IV add-on The Lost and Damned has attained more first-day revenue than any other 360 downloadble title, according to Microsoft.

Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned
Johnny is a veteran member of The Lost, a notorious biker gang. Johnny has been creating business opportunities for The Lost in Liberty City. Can the brotherhood survive?

New GTA IV The Lost and Damned Trailer
A new trailer for weeks GTA DLC The Lost and Damned is now available for download to your Xbox 360.

GTAIV DLC Set for Stores
Speculation is growing from numerous news outlets that the upcoming add-on game for Grand Theft Auto IV will be available to purchase not just online, but in stores too, marking a new precedent for how the 360s downloadable content can be accessed.

New GTA IV DLC Details
New GTA IV downloadable content details have surfaced.

GTA IV in Hot Water in Thailand
The distribution of Grand Theft Auto IV in Thailand could be halted following the confession of a teenager.

Grand Theft Auto IV Breaks Guinness World Records
The famed Grand Theft Auto series has made headlines yet again! As newly-released sales figures show.

GTA IV Hits $500m in First Week
Take-Two has announced that its blockbuster title GTA IV hit the USD 500 million sales mark in its first week, breaking all previous entertainment launch records.

GTA IV in Ample Supply - For Now
Retailers east of the Mississippi had an ample supply of Grand Theft Auto IV in the early afternoon, but some expect "complete mayhem" once gamers get off work.

GTA IV Theme now available on the marketplace
Theme your dashboard with the most hyped game the world has ever seen.

Official Grand Theft Auto IV Website Updated
Todays official site update includes the debut of the MULTIPLAYER section - with information and exclusive screenshots unveiled for all Team Modes and Race Modes, as well as two new videos featuring Playboy X and the Liberty City Gun Club.

A New Rockstar Takes Stage
Rockstar Games has acquired Andover, Mass.-based Mad Doc Software, which will in turn become Rockstar New England.

Microsoft Bullish Ahead of GTA IV Release
While Xbox 360 sales trailed those of Sonys PS3 and Nintendos Wii during January and February, Microsoft says its confident of picking up the pace in the coming months and that ’hardware sales arent all that makes a winning platform’.

UK retailers expect GTA IV to lead the way
UK retailers are looking forward to continued growth in 2008, with GTA IV leading the way.

GTA IV Multiplayer Support Unique to 360
Microsofts senior VP of Interactive Entertainment, Don Mattrick, has told the Major Nelson podcast that Rockstars forthcoming super-title, Grand Theft Auto IV, will have multiplayer elements which will be exclusive to the Xbox 360.

Rockstar Braces for GTA IV Backlash
As the April release of Grand Theft Auto IV approaches, developer Rockstar is preparing for another outburst from media and critics of the games industry.

Grand Theft Auto IV Release Date Revealed
Rockstar Games has set a date for the release of one of the year’s most anticipated software releases.

April 25th UK release for GTA IV
Senior industry sources reveal massive title will miss Easter release period.

New Grand Theft Auto IV Trailer Tonight
A brand new trailer for Rockstars massively anticipated Grand Theft Auto IV, entitled Move up, ladies, is due to hit the virtual airwaves tonight at 8:00pm.

GTA IV Box Art Revealed and Video Announced
Rockstar has revealed the box art for the upcoming anticipated title Grand Theft Auto IV.

GTA IV Still Due in Early 08
Take-Two chairman Strauss Zelnick has clarified that Grand Theft Auto IV will still release in the company’s second fiscal quarter - between February and April 2008.

GTA IV Release Date Up in the Air
Speaking at yesterdays BMO Capital Markets conference, Take Two chairman Strauss Zelnick has stated that it wont commit to any date or time period for the release of next-gen title Grand Theft Auto IV.

Grand Theft Auto IV Delayed
Grand Theft Auto IV Delayed Fans will have to wait until next year to tour Liberty City.

Feature: 9 Reasons We are Excited for GTA IV
Halo 3 isn’t the only mega-hit coming out this fall. Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto IV is poised to hit the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on October 16th, 2007. Here are the nine reasons we’ve circled this date on our calendars.

GTA IV Trailer to Hit This Thursday
This Thursday at 6pm a new Grand Theft Auto IV trailer will be launched for the public, teasing us further as the October release date approaches.

GTA IV Adopts RPG Elements
New GTA details from Turkish OXM - Majora’s Mask-style world events and big explosions too. Among the new tid-bits in the mag, the most interesting comments describe GTA IV’s new RPG elements. Find out more inside.

GTA IV Episodic Content Exclusive to 360
A Take-Two spokesperson has confirmed to GamesIndustry.biz that the episodic content planned for Grand Theft Auto IV will be exclusively released for the Xbox 360.

Second GTA IV Trailer Coming 06.28.07
Rockstar Games sent out an e-mail teasing the second Grand Theft Auto IV trailer with the words "Looking for that special someone" at the top. Below the words "Coming June 28th, 2007."

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