Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas [$6.99] is an indisputable classic of open world gaming. We gave it five stars in our review, which segued right into naming it game of the week. The game's forum thread has been a hive of activity, and it's really hard to come up with more positive things to
Ah, Grand Theft Auto. This is one gamng franchise that has captured the imagination of millions worldwide, and when the title arrived on the Windows Phone platform, it did create a fair amount of buzz. The asking price for that gameShow More Summary
Geologists have uncovered geologic evidence that supports historical narratives for two earthquakes in the 68 years prior to San Francisco's devastating 1906 disaster.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (Feb. 12, 2014) -- Research led by a University of Oregon doctoral student in California's Santa Cruz Mountains has uncovered geologic evidence that supports historical narratives for two earthquakes in the 68 years prior to San Francisco's devastating 1906 disaster. read more
A helicopter pilot attempts to rescue his estranged daughter after a massive earthquake strikes California in this 3D thriller. [...]
If you sat through the first Percy Jackson movie, The Lightning Thief, you probably made a mental note that this young girl acting alongside all the CGI effects – Alexandra Daddario – had screen presence and was destined for bigger things. Show More Summary
After being the final girl, and showing off her assets in HBO's "True Detective," the lovely Alexandra Daddario is making a leap to a hopeful tentpole. Deadline has word that the co-star of the Percy Jackson fantasy franchise has taken...Show More Summary
Brad Peyton's San Andreas, already set to star Dwayne Johnson, has scored another lead in Percy Jackson franchise star Alexandra Daddario, Deadline reports. Andre Fabrizio and Jeremy Passmore wrote the first draft of San Andreas with Chad and Carey Hayes recently having provided a rewrite. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Alexandra Daddario just landed the female lead opposite The Rock on San Andreas, which New Line hopes will be its next big tentpole. In the Brad Peyton-directed film, The Rock plays a chopper pilot who sets out to rescue his estranged daughter after a massive earthquake hits California. Show More Summary
Andrea Nakano adds freelance duties as a fill-in sports anchor with KPIX in San Francisco. She will continue as a sports reporter and anchor at NBC’s Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. Kanya Whitworth has been promoted to weekday morning anchor at WHDH in Boston. Show More Summary
WP8 port joins iOS and Android versions. The Windows Phone version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is now available to purchase.Click here to read the full article
Lock your car doors, find somewhere to hide and stay away from the feds, because Carl Johnson is coming to Windows Phone 8. Welcome Grand...
Rockstar Games' promise of an early January launch for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on Windows Phone devices may've been a bit off -- the game just arrived on the Windows Phone store today, as spotted by CNET. The game carries a $7 price tag and...
Windows Phone 8 owners, you need not say you are a long suffering lot any more if you happen to be a fan of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, as this particular title has just been announced by Rockstar Games after a delay that lasted a month or so, with the game being available for download and purchase in the Windows Phone Store. Show More Summary
After coming to iOS and Android last year, the final game in the Grand Theft Auto 3 trilogy is out now on Windows Phone 8. The debate will ever rage on over which one is the best, but there's no doubt San Andreas is the phattest. Wait, we mean...
A little more than a month after it first landed on iOS and Android, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has arrived for Windows Phone 8 users too. Developer Rockstar originally... Keep reading ?
Scientists have developed a new "virtual earthquake" technique and used it to confirm a prediction that Los Angeles would experience stronger-than-expected ground motion if a major quake occurred along the southern San Andreas Fault...
Take-Two Interactive puts its popular game on devices powered by Google and Amazon operating systems.
Following its release on iOS in December, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is now out for Android and Kindle doodads too, priced at $6.99. Until phones get powerful enough to run Grand Theft Auto V in another decade, pottering around the city of San Andreas as CJ will have to do.
Rockstar's '90s, rap-themed gang-banger Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas can now be played on Android and Kindle devices. It costs £4.99 on both, and only "select" devices will be able to play it - newer machinery rather than old. San Andreas hit the App Store back in December, and is heading to Windows mobile devices "soon". Read more…