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Rockstar Drops Another Red Dead Redemption-Related Tease

Red Dead Redemption-Related Doodle? Ridiculous.

On Sunday, Rockstar Games posted a rather opaque teaser for ... something. Despite it simply being the company's logo against a red background, fans were quick to jump to the conclusion that it was Red Dead Redemption-related, and a new tease dropped this morning appears to confirm that suspicion.

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Things We Saw Today: Rockstar Games Drops Mystery Image

Earlier today, video game developer Rockstar Games tweeted the above image to its account--and apparently, its Twitter isn't the only thing that's gone red. Other sites have noted that in addition to Twitter, Rockstar's Facebook account and the loading screen for its website are sporting the same new version of its logo.

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Here’s Your Boy Daniel Radcliffe in That Grand Theft Auto Movie

Rad Theft Auto?

The first teaser for the BBC TV movie The Gamechangers has arrived, starring Dan Rad as controversial Grand Theft Auto creator Sam Houser.

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Daniel Radcliffe May Play the Creator of Grand Theft Auto in a Film About Banning Video Game Violence

So, pal, what's the source of conflict this time?

Grand Theft Auto, a game known for its violence and adult nature, generated a lot of news a while back when a Miami lawyer was trying to ban video game violence and decided to make GTA his target. That dispute is the inspiration for a movie with the same name and the protagonist most likely by none other than Daniel Radcliffe.

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5 Things We Learned at the NYCC GTAV Panel

No, none of them are "How to effectively hotwire a car in under 20 seconds," sadly.

Yesterday, Geekosystem was able to hit IGN's GTAV panel at New York Comic Con, and it was probably the raddest thing of all time. Hosted by IGN's Greg Miller, GTAV actors Ned Luke (Michael), Steven Ogg (Trevor), and Shawn "Solo" Fonteno (Franklin) took the stage, and the gamers went wild. Here's what we learned (see, GTAV can be educational!)

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The Easter Egg To End All Grand Theft Auto Easter Eggs Has Officially Been Found in GTAV

Yup. It finally happened.

Mild spoilers for those of you who haven't finished playing the game -- though if you're a longtime fan of the series, you probably know the exact Easter Egg we're talking about.

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Here’s the First Gameplay Video for Grand Theft Auto V, Feel Free to Commence Drooling [Video]

Seriously though, you can do a whole lot of stuff in this game.

Look, Rockstar makes some very lovely video games, but prior to the announcement of Grand Theft Auto V, I was pretty much done with the franchise. What more could they do after the last one, right? That's what I thought. Then the first gameplay video for Grand Theft Auto V dropped this morning, and now all I want to do is play it. Right now.

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New Grand Theft Auto V Trailer Shows Off the Game’s Three Protagonists [Video]

It's finally here, folks. The trailer for Grand Theft Auto V that Rockstar has been teasing with the tagline "Michael. Trevor. Franklin." It's been released to the public, and if you're a fan of the Grand Theft Auto games, let's just say that this looks to be another fine installment in the storied franchise. Check it out below.

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The New Grand Theft Auto V Trailer Doesn’t Look as Good in Grand Theft Auto IV

Whether you're a fan of the series or not, Rockstar Games' second trailer for Grand Theft Auto V looks really slick. It's well composed, and shows that, if nothing else, the game is going to look beautiful. If you're interested, one industrious GTA fan has removed some of the trailer's smooth veneer by recreating it in Grand Theft Auto IV.

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Grand Theft Auto V Trailer Looks Like Every Other Grand Theft Auto

Rockstar said they would be releasing the trailer for the next installment in everyone's favorite hooker beat 'em up, felony simulator Grand Theft Auto, and they did not lie, releasing the trailer for Grand Theft Auto V a couple of hours ago. This time around, the game seems to be set in a fictional Los Angeles. There will probably be cars to steal and crimes to commit and a huge sandbox city to distract you from completing the main storyline. You can watch it right here while you dream of piling up a bunch of stolen cars at an intersection, then firing off a rocket launcher in said pile's general direction.

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Rockstar Announces Grand Theft Auto V, Trailer Incoming November 2

Visiting the Rockstar Games website this morning, you will be greeted with the above graphic announcing the next installment in the working out, and also bowling simulator, Grand Theft Auto V. Nothing else appears on the page, except underneath the graphic, the words "TRAILER 11.02.11" is displayed, a message that may take years to decipher. Aside from the graphic and the trailer date, the page title displays the hashtag #GTAV, one that hasn't seen much activity as of yet, though Rockstar only seemed to throw it out into the wild around two hours ago.

What's in store for our new antihero? Will it be a woman for the first time? Will it be an actual hero, doing his or her best to subvert crime? Maybe the "V" stands for "vogue." After all, the above graphic does say "Grand Theft Auto V Five." Stay tuned, for on November 2, we may just find out we'll be stepping into the tasteful shoes of a rogue fashion designer.

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Trailer for L.A. Noire, Rockstar’s Upcoming Game, Displays Incredible Facial Animations

L.A. Noire, an upcoming game from Team Bondi and Rockstar Games, has a long history of being mentioned, but rarely having any information regarding the game available. Well, a new trailer has finally been released, and aside from capturing the feel of genuine film noir, the human animations in the trailer look incredible, making the trailer a must-see.

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The Daily Star Apologizes to Makers of Grand Theft Auto

Earlier this week The Daily Star made the obviously false (to anyone acquainted with the games industry, photoshop mock-ups, or basic fact checking skills) claim that Rockstar Games would be basing their next Grand Theft Auto game on a recent real life British man who "shot three people, killing one, and was on the run from the police for six days before a standoff with the police in which [he] shot and killed himself." Based simply on a obviously photoshopped image (above) that they claimed was appearing on game sites, they even went so far as to interview the grandmother of one of the victims on her response to Rockstar's non-decision. Well, Rockstar's lawyers been more than earning their keep, as today The Daily Star has issued an incredibly complete and humble apology to the game maker.

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Red Dead Redemption Launch Trailer: And there were no More Red Dead Redemption Trailers

We've been watching pretty much every Red Dead Redemption trailer as they've been coming out of the gates, but until now, we haven't really posted any on the grounds that there are just so many: There's been a Kick-Ass like level of promo saturation. "Life in the Old West," "The Women," "Gentlemen and Vagabonds" -- so many slicings and dicings of the contents of one game, which Rockstar seems to be placing a pretty big bet on.

Well, in anticipation of the game's May 18th release (May 21st in the EU), we now have a Red Dead Redemption launch trailer that serves as a nice, comprehensive introduction to the game.

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