Microsoft’s 50 million dollar exclusivity rights to the GTAIV DLC is back for a second episode. Continue reading
Now that console gamers have had their fun with the epic Grand Theft Auto IV, it’s time for us PC gamers to have our turn. Of course, it’s still a ways off, and will be in your DVD drive on November 18.
Microsoft’s Games for Windows site just unveiled the Recommended System Requirements for the game (not the minimum ones, mind you), and they are:
OS: Windows XP SP2
Processor: Dual core processor (Intel Pentium D or better)
Hard Drive: 18GB free hard disk space
Video Card: 512MB Direct3D 10 compatible video card or Direct3D 9 card compatible with Shader
Drive: DVD-ROM dual-layer drive
Looks fine and dandy by today’s standards, but what is that I see? 18 gigabytes of free space? Pardon old uncle Zombie, but he’s still stuck in an era where 80 gigabyte drives were plentiful, Pentiums ruled the streets and the Allies fought Nazis.
As you can see, I won’t be trying this game anytime soon, at least until I get a damned new computer. Microsoft does have some info on what you can expect in the PC version:
- Optimized controls
- Expanded multiplayer
- High Resolution
- Video Recording, Editing and Uploading
Looks like the usual console-to-Windows port features to me.
The Russians are coming, The RUSSIANS are coming!!!
Welcome to Grand Theft Auto IV. Rockstar has just released the third trailer. This one features more generic story that this series is known for. Where’s all the ridiculous gameplay?!
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