IGN posts megaton Dan Houser interview, wins GTA World Word War record by distance

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 31 March 2008 13:07 GMT


Here. This is fucking epic, frankly. There are more words in this Dan Houser interview related to Grand Theft Auto than you could possibly ever need. A quick cut and paste into Word reckons this article’s over 9,000 words long.

Unbelievably, this is part one, with the second piece being published next week. Author Hilary Goldstein’s piece shits all over the previous record-holder, Edge’s 16-page GTA marathon, which in turn trumped Australian site Gameplayer’s ten-page playtest at 5,000 words.

Hilary and IGN: we salute you. You have more words on Grand Theft Auto than anyone else. If you can make part two more than 11,000 words, you will have written a third of a novel on a crime action series. No one, no one, is going to beat that. You win.

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