OXCGN:”It’s safe to say that the entire gaming world is anticipating GTA V.Rockstar has been elusive up until the last few months, finally nailing down the spring of 2013, but without informing us of a concrete date.Today, Amazon has revealed that we could be jumping back into Los Santos a lot sooner than you think.” (Grand Theft Auto V, PS3, Xbox 360)
WC writes: Today, the adventure genre of gaming is all but ignored by the vast majority of gamers. Websites like this are dominated by articles about first person shooters, World of Warcraft, Halo and the like. Of course, that makes perfect sense given that those types of games are what keep the gaming industry thriving
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