Welcome to this week’s round-up of Android games that happen to be on sale right now. This particular week’s list is actually quite big, with a number of developers putting more than one game on sale. Inkle has put all three Sorcery! games on sale to celebrate the upcoming release of Sorcery! 4, and Rockstar Games still has a few Grand Theft Auto titles on sale along with Max Payne.
Tag: Rockstar games
Rockstar Games, the outfit behind Grand Theft Auto, among other popular franchises, has a good amount of those games released onto Android. They have put most of them on sale, namely the Grand Theft Auto series, as well as the Android version of Max Payne. With the former, players get to assume the role of an outlaw, spreading mayhem all over their city like a proper criminal should.
[Update: Shield Support and Sale] Rockstar Games quietly releases Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories onto Google Play
Rockstar Games has decided to quietly release a new Grand Theft Auto game onto Android today called Liberty City Stories. If you are keeping track of what’s what, this would be the ninth installment into the Grand Theft Auto franchise as a whole, and was originally released for the Playstation Portable back in 2005.
Violating Consumer Trust: How Apple, Electronic Arts, 2K Games and Capcom are Undermining Digital Distribution
The lack of consumer ownership of digital content has long been a precarious condition that gamers have had to accept if they wished to purchase and play their favorite software titles. Be it an unfavorable end-user license agreement (EULA) or digital rights management (DRM), corporate entities have endeavored to convey that consumers do not own digital content, but rather license the content for an indeterminate period of time, during which the rights holder can terminate said license with impunity. Don’t believe me? Here is a snippet of Rockstar Games’ lengthy EULA.
Originally released onto iOS around 4 years ago, Rockstar Games has finally decided to bring GTA: Chinatown Wars to Android gamers. As with any Grand Theft Auto game, this one has plenty of violence and missions to complete in the wonderful world of Liberty City.
Back at the end of November we mentioned that Rockstar Games was bringing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to mobile devices in December. While we didn’t have an exact release date at the time of writing that article, we did say it sounds like it would be in the next couple of weeks. Well a couple of weeks have pasted and it looks like Rockstar Games is gearing up to release Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas either today or tomorrow.
Rockstar Games has announced today that a remastered version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be arriving onto mobile next month. Considering that there is only a few days left in November, that means we don’t have much of a wait ahead of us before we are able to get our hands on this new Grand Theft Auto game for mobile.
Grand Theft Auto V has been out for a little bit now and iOS managed to get the companion application for the game ahead of Android. However Android is now on par with iOS as Rockstar Games has finally released Grand Theft Auto: iFruit onto Google Play and yes they kept the name as iFruit instead of changing it up for something a little more Android-centric.
It’s time for another mid-week round-up of all the Android games currently on sale right now. This seems to be an especially good mid-week when it comes to games that are on sale with Rockstar Games leading the pack by discounting Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Max Payne until July 30th, 2013. That, however, isn’t all that is on sale though.
Well two of Rockstar Games’ signature titles have also gone on sale for a limited time this holiday season. If you don’t already have enough games on sale to spend your money on, now you can snag a copy of Grand Theft Auto III or Max Payne for a mere $0.99. That is a savings of four bucks off of the regular price for either of those games.