Grand Theft Auto Display At Best Buy Prevents Smaller Thefts Of Video Games

Grand Theft Auto Display At Best Buy Prevents Smaller Thefts Of Video Games

It’s not an unusual sight for the hottest new games at an electronics store to be in a secure place, making it harder for baddies to walk off with them. It is ironic, though, to see such a thing for the new game Grand Theft Auto V, a popular life-of-crime simulator. [More]

Car 54, where are you? Oh, you're buying a video game?

Impersonating A Cop To Cut The Line For ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Works Great Until Real Cops Notice

To say that the Sept. 17 release of Grand Theft Auto V was highly-anticipated in the gaming community would be like saying Harry Potter fans wouldn’t mind if J.K. Rowling ever got around to writing another book about the boy wizard. The steal’em, drive’em, shoot’em world of the game’s newest offering proved such an enticement for fans that three gamers allegedly tricked mall security into thinking they were cops — all so they could cut the line of 500 customers waiting to buy GTA V. [More]

New Grand Theft Auto Game Will Steal 8GB Of Your Xbox 360′s Hard Drive Thanks To Mandatory Install

New Grand Theft Auto Game Will Steal 8GB Of Your Xbox 360′s Hard Drive Thanks To Mandatory Install

First the good news about the upcoming Xbox 360 version of GTA V (or Grand Theft Auto 5, if you’re not into the whole brevity thing) — even though it’s shipping on two discs, you’ll be able to play the whole game without swapping discs in and out. The bad news, especially for those with smaller or full-up hard drives — GTA V will require that you install the entire 8 GB of the first disc, whether you want to or not. [More]

I Got $5 Because I Was Offended By Grand Theft Auto

I Got $5 Because I Was Offended By Grand Theft Auto

Reader AZCardinalsRule received a settlement check from the infamous Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas class action suit. [More]

Your New, Sealed Copy Of GTA4 Contains "Boyz N Da Hood" Disc

Your New, Sealed Copy Of GTA4 Contains "Boyz N Da Hood" Disc

Some scammer out there has a sense of humor (and a shrink wrap machine), because when Greg opened his apparently “new” copy of Grand Theft Auto IV, he found a used copy of “Boys N Da Hood.”

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Copies of the new “Grand Theft Auto” game are being stolen by UPS drivers en route to retailers. Guess this game causes crime after all. [ArsTechnica]

The News: Evil Fur Gangsters

The News: Evil Fur Gangsters

• Scientologists want to be backseat drivers at NASCAR. [CT]