Sony PS3 and PC users waiting with bated breath for GTA IV's expansion packs to hit the UK will have to wait that little bit longer after it was announced that they will no longer be out in March.
The hype and rumours that surround the annual approach to E3 start with a bang today, with rumours that Rockstar is preparing to announce Grand Theft Auto 5 before the show and that Sony is preparing Killzone 3 3D for a Christmas 2010 release.
PS3 and PC fans rejoice, GTA IV's downloadable episodes have been plucked from the hands of Xbox 360 users and will be available on both games systems 30 March.
Modern Warfare 2 has broken all sales records to record the best opening day for a game ever – selling 1.2 million copies in just 24 hours.
Grand Theft Auto fans can expect some exciting new developments from the franchise in the next two years, with two DLC packs coming in 2010 and GTA V in 2011.
Rockstar has pre-empted that there's going to be a pile of stories coming out of E3 this year, and jumped the queue by announcing new content for its flagship title GTA IV.
Rockstar Games has released the first stunning trailer on its forthcoming cowboy-themed epic, Red Dead Redemption, claiming that the next game is the biggest deal since Grand Theft Auto IV.
The BBFC has confirmed what we all knew already – computer games are moving steadily into the domain of entertainment for adults, with an increasing number containing swearing, sexual content and violence.