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…Grand Theft Auto is special?

Grand Theft Auto

Usually around the third or fourth iteration of a popular game, the designers decide that there are enough fans to warrant a special collector’s edition.

Though collector’s editions usually filled with a bunch of stuff that no one needs, they’re gobbled up by hard-core fans that want to raise their 1337 level by a few points at the next gaming get-together.

Apparently Grand Theft Auto has reached that point, because with the release of GTAIV coming up, they’ve announced a pre-orderable special edition that comes with a metal safety deposit box, special packaging, an art book with never-before-seen production artwork, a soundtrack CD filled with exclusive material, a Rockstar keychain, and a duffel bag to hold it all. Plus, order through Amazon, and you’ll even get a Liberty City license plate to round out the collection!

[Via: NOTCOT]

…Rockstar Games is giving away Grand Theft Auto?

Rockstar Classics

Rockstar Games has come a long way since their original Grand Theft Auto games, so to pay homage to their past, Rockstar Classics is giving away three free PC games. Just head on over and download copies of the original Grand Theft Auto, the sequel, and Wild Metal, and remember your roots.

[Rockstar Classics]

[Via: Kotaku]

…Grand Theft Auto now has toys?

Vice City

GTAIII

Fans of the Grand Theft Auto series rejoice, the second pairing of Rockstar Games and Medicom Toy Corporation has arrived in the form of the Vice City Kubrick characters box set. Featuring all the favorite characters including Tommy Vercetti, Lance Vance, Ricardo Diaz, Candi Suxx and Ken Rosenberg, this set follows the release of the GTA III set, which sold out only hours after being released. There will only be 3,000 of these limited edition sets produced though, so if you want one, you better hurry.

[Grand Theft Auto Kubricks]

[Via: Product Dose]

…LEGOs can make video game scenes?

Brick Flick

The guys over at Brick Flick take classic video game scenes and recreate them using LEGOs. It doesn’t really get much more retro than that. Plus, they’ve even recreated a scene from Grand Theft Auto called Lego City, using a combination of Legos, stop motion, and postproduction, and the results are fantastic. Prepare to let your old school gamer run wild.

[Brick Flick]

[Flickr – LEGOd Video Games]

[Via: MAKE: Blog]