Rockstar and Amazon In a partnershipPublished by wes213 on Friday, March 28, 2008
In a new report on Amazons site new details of a Grand Theft Auto IV in game feature has been released and its good news for the US again.
This new report reads as follows: "Advertised throughout Liberty City, the cheekily-named "ZiT" technology is built into the game's mobile phone interface system. As players cruise around the world listening to the in-game radio, they can at any point 'mark' a song by opening their phone and dialing the number ZIT-555-0100. Gamers will then receive a text message with the song and artist names, and if they're registered at the forthcoming Rockstar Games Social Club community site, they'll find an e-mail waiting in their inbox with a direct link to a custom playlist on Amazon.com. All songs tagged "ZiT" will be stored here, available for preview and purchase at Amazon's going rate of $.89-$.99 per track. Best of all, those MP3s are free of the Digital Rights Management (DRM) limitations imposed on files downloaded through Apple's iTunes store and thus can be imported into any computer or digital device with no constraints."
With no end in site to the options and add ons in this game its sure to be a huge hit so if your sick of reading about Grand Theft Auto IV
i wold log off for a year or two since the story's of all its awards are sure to follow.
With a whopping 150 tracks of in game tunes it wold be safe to say some of those awards might be for its sound track.
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: Grand Theft Auto IV
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