A Guy from Cypress Hill Sues Rockstar and Take-Two

Can’t you see the resemblance to Michael “Shagg” Washington?

What I know about Cypress Hill in a nutshell: made up by members B-Real, Sen-Dog, and DJ Muggs, copious amounts of dope both lyrical and actual, and how I can’t understand how they could just kill a man. According to IGN, backup singer Michael “Shagg” Washington is suing Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive for allegedly using his image without his knowledge in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

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GTA V for 2012?

Industrygamers reports that the next game in Take Two’s flagship series, Grand Theft Auto V, is speculated to be released in 2012.

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Duke Nukem Forever… Alive?

Initially reported on Kotaku (via Edge) there is a rumor that Gearbox Software, the studio behind staff favorite and 2009 hit Borderlands has take on development of the Duke Nukem Forever project.

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The Week in Review

Welcome one and welcome all to the recap to cap off your week with. If it happened during the week you’ll no doubt re-hear about it here, with a bit of a sarcastic and witty twist of course. They say hindsight is 20/20 so lets look back at the stories that broke this week that made us laugh, cry, gasp and say WHY GAWD, WHY?!?!?

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Longing Makes the Heart Grow Fonder?…

Or may be not as we got word today that the majorly anticipated Bioshock 2 will not ship in November, as originally scheduled, but will instead miss all of the holiday season and fall into an undisclosed, as of yet, first half of 2010 date. [Read more...]

PETA Whines About Upcoming Circus Game

From GamePolitics.com:

Animal rights activists PETA is up in arms not about an upcoming hunting or fishing game, but an upcoming series based on the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

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Take-Two Settles with the SEC

Take-Two Software, a division of Rockstar and the makers of Grand Theft Auto, Max Payne, and other such titles has decided to enter into a settlement agreement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The settlement will pay the department $3 million due to a conviction of one of its former top Executives, Ryan Brant. [Read more...]