Posted on Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 at 9:30 AM by Guest
“GTA TV” and “Rockstar TV” has recently been trademarked by the publisher, Take-Two Interactive. Take Two, parent company to developer Rock Star Games, filed trademarks at the Trademark Office and United States Patent earlier this month.
Rock Star Games is currently developing the highly anticipate Grand Theft Auto V. Rock Star has also released the popular titles, Dead Redemption, L.A. Noire, and Grand Theft Auto IV. The break through title Grand Theft Auto III has also seen a breath of life with it’s re-release on iOS.
No other details regarding GTA TV or GTAV is currently available, but Rock Star says that information is coming soon.
The games industry today is abuzz with talk of the next generation of gaming. With the WiiU already with us, the Playstation 4 having been announced a while ago and, by the time you read this, Microsoft being about to or having just announced the next Xbox unit, you can’t move around the gaming web [...]
Computer games, as much as any other medium, are mysterious things. They can stir our souls, hotwire our adrenaline glands or disappoint us to our core. For every person who plays a game there is a valid and varied opinion. It’s one of the things that make the subject of a game’s relative quality a [...]
Across every genre of entertainment there are specific titles or releases that become synonymous with failure, that in the eyes of fans and critics alike embody the worst that the genre has to offer. They become the universal butt of any joke in that medium, the yardstick against which every other poorly-received release is measured. [...]
Over recent years there has been a shift in the focus of the gaming industry towards online multiplayer as a gaming model. Indeed, the biggest sellers of this generation of titles have been primarily online competitive titles, such as Halo 4 & Call of Duty. Over this time there has developed a very distinct separation [...]