Posted by sean on June 28, 2007 at 5:42 pm in Video Games with 2 Comments

The second Grand Theft Auto 4 trailer was released on Rockstar’s website today.

As expected, the short clip showed off what we can expect a next-generation GTA to look like. Most of the trailer content appears to be FMV- I just hope the actual playing experience is just as good. Hopefully there will be some in-game footage in the third, final pre-game teaser.

GTA4 hits the UK on Friday 19th October 2007. I have already booked both the Friday and following week off work. If things go to plan, the vast majority of my 10 days off will be spent locked in my flat, curtains drawn, playing the game. I’ll return to work a week later, looking pasty, spotty, fat, and suffering from rickets due to natural light deprivation. I will then go home ill and spend another week playing from my sick bed.

2 Responses to GTA4: Looking For That Special Someone

  1. Anonymous

    June 29, 2007 - 10:40 am

    there was no fmv in that trailer – everything shown was a direct feed from the 360 running the game.

  2. Sean

    June 29, 2007 - 12:15 pm

    really? wow! that's amazing. GTA4 is gonna be excellent!

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