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Vice City Ships For PC

Rockstar Games, the world-renowned publishing division of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO) has started shipping Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for the PC. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is set to be in stores May 13th in North America and May 16th in Europe. "We are truly humbled by the success of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on the PlayStation 2 as it has pushed us to work harder to ensure that the gameplay, production values and audio experience that have become synonymous with the Grand Theft Auto franchise are maximized for the PC audience," said Sam Houser, President … Continue reading Vice City Ships For PC

Hong Kong Gets First E3 Pavillion

Innovative digital entertainment works from Hong Kong will be showcased at the first Hong Kong Pavilion in the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2003 (E³) – the world’s largest event of its kind – to be held in Los Angeles, USA, from May 14 to 16, 2003. The Hong Kong Pavilion will present the latest technologies, products and services from 70 local digital entertainment companies of Hong Kong. Located at the Kentia Hall (Booth no. 6451) of the Los Angeles Convention Center, the Hong Kong Pavilion is jointly organised by the Hong Kong Digital Entertainment Association (HKDEA) and Hong Kong Productivity Council … Continue reading Hong Kong Gets First E3 Pavillion

And I Thought Nintendo’s Solstice Was Addictive

These two little gems, now finally available on one CD, have been around as Internet games at www.popcap.com. The Omni group has finally gone and catered to us (the uprising Mac-users) and polished them up a bit. Bejeweled & Alchemy provide all of the entertainment value you enjoyed back in the old days before the Internet. You know…Tetris…Dr. Mario…Bubble Bobble. Simple, yet exceedingly complicated as you go along, just like a good puzzle. If one of them isn’t your type, you’ll be sure to enjoy the other and all of its addictive qualities. "Bejeweled" features a series of multi-colored gems, … Continue reading And I Thought Nintendo’s Solstice Was Addictive

Games Festival Shows Microsoft’s Creative Side

Las Vegas — Creativity was the byword this week as Microsoft Game Studios announced its newest games with a flourish to match the glitziest city in the world at the Microsoft International Games Festival. This being my first time to get visually assaulted by ‘Lucky Las Vegas,’ I thought I would be too taxed by the tacky to appreciate the new games that Microsoft was announcing. But no! I was so enthralled by the graphics and storylines of these games that I forgot I could walk outside the building and see any one of hundreds of elaborate Vegas shows. At … Continue reading Games Festival Shows Microsoft’s Creative Side

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