GTA IV launch covered by BBC News – video

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 29 April 2008 07:00 GMT

The BBC ran a sizeable piece on the GTA IV launch in its main bulletin last night. Watch the full thing after the link. It includes archive footage from DMA Design when they were working on the first GTA 12 years ago, a game the presenter described as a “car chase”. It was all fields back then. Go see.

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