Rockstar Games has brought their Bully franchise to Android today with the release of Bully: Anniversary Edition. This franchise has turned the big 10yrs old, which really makes it feel like time is flying by these days. With this game you’ll be taking on the role of Jimmy Hopkins, a mischievous 15-year old boy who attends a prep school named Bullworth Academy.
Rockstar is known for, among other things, their popular Grand Theft Auto series of games on multiple platforms. Today, they have out a couple of their games on sale: Max Payne along with Grand Theft Auto 3. With the former, players assume the role of the eponymous Max Payne who is a cop that was framed for murder, where players must elude both the mob and the police while proving the innocence of Payne.
It is time for another round-up of sales going on right now for Android games and today is an especially good round-up of limited time sales, most likely due to the fact St. Patrick’s Day is this weekend. Whatever the reason is though, there are some pretty awesome games on sale in order to entice you to spend some of those pennies you’ve been saving up.
It looks like Rockstar Games have gotten whatever the problem was that was making anyone downloading their new Grand Theft Auto: Vice City game throw Validation Errors fixed as the game is now back on the Google Play store as of a few moments ago. For those of you who missed the whole ordeal, Rockstar released the game last week but had to take it down after a few hours of being available on Google Play.
Rockstar Games just announced that Grand Theft Auto III for Android has been updated and one of the features that come with this update are new video display settings to trailer your visual experience. Sounds like they have been paying attention to all the mods news.
We figured this would end up happening sooner than later since there are websites dedicated to modding the PC version of Grand Theft Auto III. Now, however, there is one for modding the mobile version as well, both on Android and iOS.
To commemorate a decade since its first release and recent port to mobile devices, Grand Theft Auto III: 10th Anniversary Edition, Rockstar Games took the stage to answer some of gamers most burning questions.
Rockstar Games cuts the price of Grand Theft Auto III for the holidays, now for the Galaxy Nexus
This won’t be a massive post by any means since we have covered Grand Theft Auto III extensively including a rather in-depth review of it. However, this is a pretty nice deal for a full console game on your Android device as Grand Theft Auto III is now only $3.00 during the holidays.
Unfortunately there is a bit of bad news today if you happen to own a Samsung Galaxy SII device and were hoping to play Grand Theft Auto III when it’s released for Android. Rockstar Games has come out to confirm that it will not be supporting that particular device.
As Grand Theft Auto 3 and Max Payne gear up to get released onto Android and iOS, one of Rockstar’s bosses, Vice President of Creativity Dan Houser, speak up about the mobile gaming industry and how it’s too much about the money and quantity and not about the quality of games developers are putting out.