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Gangstar New Orleans review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on April 4th, 2017
Our rating: starblankstarblankstarblankstarblankstar :: DON'T PLAY THIS
This GTA clone has major control issues, a load of bugs, and some problematic representation issues.
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Far Cry 4, Assassin's Creed Unity, Destiny, and Beyond - AppSpy Takes a Look at AAA Companion Apps

Posted by Rob Rich on December 19th, 2014

These days it's not uncommon for big game releases to be accompanied by their own iOS app - a Companion App if you will. In fact, it seems more uncommon for a AAA game to come out and not have some sort of iOS presence.

And goodness do they ever have an iOS presence. It's the very reason AppSpy has taken the time to put together a list of many of the AAA companion apps you'll find on the App Store. Grand Theft Auto V, Shadow of Mordor, Elite: Dangerous, Far Cry 4, and Dragon Age: Inquisition are only a few examples of what they've covered.

You can find the complete list right here.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Blake Grundman on December 18th, 2013
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar ::
Not all games age elegantly. Though while Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is certainly showing its age, everything that made it great still shows through brilliantly.
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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to Arrive on the App Store Tomorrow

Posted by Andrew Stevens on December 11th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: :: Read Review »

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is set to arrive on the App Store tomorrow with enhanced and remastered visuals. This includes new lighting effects, an enriched color palette, and improved character models. It also comes ready to use with all iOS controllers, and has three different touch-screen control schemes for players to customize.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Steals a New Ride, Arrives on iOS This December

Posted by Andrew Stevens on November 26th, 2013

Rockstar just announced that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be making its way to iOS devices this December. It's been enhanced with newly remastered graphics that include upgrades to the shadows, color palette, characters, and cars. It will also come with three different control options for driving and maneuvering, and it features full controller support for iOS. Rockstar has even tweaked the checkpoint system to make it easier for progression once it arrives on the App Store this December.

Grand Theft Auto: iFruit Is A Companion App for Grand Theft Auto V That Lets You Take Care Of A Virtual Pet

Posted by Andrew Stevens on September 16th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Rockstar released a brand new app called Grand Theft Auto: iFruit, a companion app for Grand Theft Auto V. Pocket Gamer reports that iFruit lets players access the latest news, log into the Rockstar Social Club, design custom license plates, customize cars, and place orders for new vehicles, all while being away from Grand Theft Auto V.

The best part out of all of this is that players also get a virtual pet, Franklin's dog Chop. If players take good care of Chop, he'll end up finding hidden items when they take him for a walk in the game. Chop is also said to be more helpful and responsive, but who knows what that means exactly!

Now, go get yourself a virtual doggy to take care of while waiting for the launch of GTAV!

Plot Theft, Awesome 5 Lets Gamers Assume the Roll of a Gamer who Plays Too Many Games

Posted by Andrew Stevens on September 16th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Plot Theft, Awesome 5! is a choose-your-own adventure game where players take the role of a gamer who spends too much time playing a crime game that he begins to think he can pull it off in the real world. So, because he can't, it's the players job to help him avoid getting arrested and beaten up by others.

A Grand Theft Auto spoof just in time for Grand Theft Auto V. So, yeah, there's that!

Rockstar Drops 50 Percent Off Grand Theft Auto and Max Payne iOS Titles

Posted by Andrew Stevens on July 25th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Cult of Android reports that Rockstar titles have dropped in price for a limited time only, making games like Grand Theft Auto III and Max Payne available for 50 percent off. Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars are available for $2.99, while Max Payne is available for $1.99. The sale ends on July 30th, so get to it if you are interested!

Car Jack Streets: Director's Cut Review

By Carter Dotson on January 2nd, 2013
Car Jack Streets: Director's Cut is a re-release of a 2009 game that unfortunately feels like it's stuck in 2009.
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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Blake Grundman on December 11th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: PENITENTIARY BOUND PERFECTION
One of the most critically acclaimed crime dramas of all time is making its iOS debut. You won't want to miss out on this party!
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Latest Gangstar Rio: City Of Saints Gameplay Trailer Released

Posted by Jennifer Allen on November 7th, 2011

Gameloft continue to tease us with a new trailer and set of screenshots to advertise the forthcoming release of Gangstar Rio: City of Saints, a mere six weeks after the last trailer. There's still no sign of a release date but it's continuing to intrigue with its Grand Theft Auto style gameplay.

This trailer depicts some cool looking sights such as flying helicopters, tanks to take control of, cool cars to drive and er exploding footballs to contend with. The screenshots offer similar prospects plus it looks like players will be able to fly planes and maybe even steer yachts. That's not forgetting the ultra violence we've all come to expect from sandbox gangster titles like this.

Looks like Gangstar Rio: City of Saints will be great fun when it hits the App Store.

While we all wait for further news of the release date, take a look at the Gangstar Rio: City of Saints mini-site on Facebook and, also, check out the trailer and screenshots below.

Five For Friday: Week of September 10, 2010

Posted by Chris Nitz on September 10th, 2010

Every week, we endeavor to point the way to the games and apps that most made an impact in the App-o-sphere. Here's this week's picks:

Zombie Highway – Cars, guns, and zombies bring smiles to all the kids faces. What else do you really need to know to not already love this game? Steer the car to avoid obstacles that creep up in the way. Shoot zombies that are looking to get some juicy brain matter. Repeat until you are king of the Facebook rankings. Time to prove just how awesome those zombie survival skills are.

The Hero HD –
Those who don’t spend their days saving babies, putting out fires in a single breath, or stopping crime with a pinky finger can live vicariously through The Hero. Take up that iPad and enjoy the fun comic book style graphics. Prove those heroic deeds with online leader boards and achievements. Just leave the Superman costume in the closet, you are only playing an iPad game.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars HD – Time for iPad owners to rejoice and sing songs of praise. GTA: Chinatown Wars is finally getting the proper HD treatment. New controls specifically for the iPad are just the start here. Bigger, sweeter, and sexier visuals will grace your pupils. Game play will suck away hours of your time. Download this now…just do it!

GetGlue for iPad – GetGlue is a social network for entertainment buffs. Now iPad owners get to see what all this fuss is about. Check-in when you crack a new book or fire up that B-rated horror movie. Check out what friends are up to. Even find some new jingle that might become a new ring-tone. Round off all this fun with stickers for all those ratings your slapping down on those TV shows.

PhotoArtista: Oil – Time to take those boring vacation photos and add some punch to them. PhotoArtista will take that photo and turn into and oil painting that even Van Gogh will be envious about. Choose from several oil styles, bush sizes, stroke variations, and effects. There is enough here to keep artists busy playing around for hours.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

By Arron Hirst on January 21st, 2010
Rockstar Games presents arguably one of the most anticipated gaming experience to the iPhone. But, with such a well-loved title being adapted to the iPhone, has it lost its edge?
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