This just in: the Entertainment Software Rating Board has re-rated Grand Theft Auto and Grand Theft Auto 2 for current-generation PlayStation platforms, which probably means they’ll hit the PlayStation Store sometime in the foreseeable future.
Created by DMA Design Ltd, known today as Rockstar North, these enjoyable open-world celebrations of crime, violence and the casual murder of Hare Krishnas (pictured above) now have PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and PSP listed as platforms for release. See for yourself if you don’t believe me…
I’m no Sherlock Holmes, but to me that pretty much says both titles will one day be downloadable from the PlayStation Network’s comprehensive PSOne Classics catalogue – don’t you think?
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Approximately three weeks ago, Sony made the announcement that it was shutting down their digital marketplace for Playstation 3, Playstation Vits and PSP games this summer. PSP was to go down July 2, and PS3 and Vita would have their plugs pulled August 27. Any games purchased prior to that
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Grand Theft Auto 5 was released in 2013. That was seven years ago, so surely we should be hearing something about GTA6 very soon, right? Think again. According to a new report from industry watchdog Jason Schreier, pre-production has only just begun on the next Grand Theft Auto game. “Rockstar’s