Future GTA Plans

Following-up on the recent Sin City rumors (story and story), Computer And Video Games (thanks Dario) has news on future plans for the Grand Theft auto series based on some trademarks that were recently registered by Rockstar Games parent Take-Two Interactive. They point out that they've registered the name GTA: San Andreas, supporting long-held theories that the remaining untapped fictional city from the original GTA would provide the basis for GTA4. They also have further good news for fans of the controversial series, pointing out that Take-Two has also registered the trademarks for GTA5 and GTA6.
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Those that like access to the entire city upfront; I'm willing to bet that an earthquake will be responsible for collapsing of bridges in the game, that will then be repaired half way through. It's so bound to be the case.

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