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Spong: Grand Theft Auto IV PC Preview

Spong writes: "Good things come to those who wait. That's how the old catchphrase goes, doesn't it? For PC gamers, that tends to feel like a lifetime these days. The agonising wait can't be truer for Grand Theft Auto IV, despite the fact that it's only been six months since its console release. I played a preview build of the port, being handled by Rockstar Toronto, and found one new addition to the game that will make the added wait that much more rewarding.

A Video Editor. Sounds pretty lame when you say it like that, but in reality it's one of the most addictive things I've encountered on a PC for a very long time. Hell, it's probably reason alone for gamers to invest in a computer version of GTA IV. So what the heck is it all about?" (Grand Theft Auto IV, PC)

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