Have Fake GTAV Receipts Emerged In Hopes To Break Release Embargo?
Wild receipts appear
by Arthur Kotsopoulos
©2013 Arthur Kotsopoulos
UPDATE: Both receipts have been confirmed as fake receipts in an attempt to break release date. The second receipt which is stamped has an incorrect product code for the game. Please do not attempt to use these receipts to buy the game as they will not work.
As of the 14th of September, a mere 3 days before its official release September 17th release, it seems that a few random receipts of Rockstar’s highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto V are making the rounds from an Australia bricks & mortar store.
The first receipt you’ll see on the right was sent to me early last night under the impression that it was a fake receipt. Due to me working at JB Hi-Fi and dealing with a lot of these receipts, I instantaneously agreed this receipt as a fake.
Anyone who has worked in retail would clearly see that any item, if available on various platforms would state under the title which platform said item was purchased on.
With games it would state whether or not it was for PC, 360, 3DS, Wii U, Ps3 etc…
As you can see on this receipt this is not the case.
The second receipt which you can see at the bottom of the page seems a little bit more legitimate.
GTA V Release Date?
March 26, 2013
by Nicholas Laborde
©2012 Nicholas Laborde
Rockstar has been elusive up until the last few months, finally nailing down the spring of 2013, but without informing us of a concrete date.
Today, Amazon has revealed that we could be jumping back into Los Santos a lot sooner than you think. Read the rest of this entry
OXCGN’s Sleeping Dogs Review
Does this dog have any new tricks?
by Daniel Geikowski
©2012 Daniel Geikowski
Finally seeing the light of day after being cancelled by Activision (originally True Crime: Hong Kong), it will inevitably be compared to the benchmark Grand Theft Auto series. Does Sleeping Dogs do enough to stand out from the crowd?
OXCGN’s Saints Row: The Third Review
Most insane game of the year?
©2011 Arthur Kotsopoulos
Volition have always stressed that whilst Saints Row is a sandbox title it differs from the GTA series in every way shape and form.
With the release of Saints Row: The Third (SR:3) these differences couldn’t be more obvious.
From escorting tigers in low riders, collecting blow up dolls, going Top Gun in VTOL’s and blazing through Tron-like tunnels, Saints Row: The Third is a game which exemplifies fun from start to finish.