We’ve known for awhile now that GTA IV, when it hits, will have the ability to program the in-game radio with music purchased online. But now Amazon’s getting in on the action, allowing those who’ve bought in-game songs to transfer them to their iTunes, iPods, etc.
What’s really great is the MP3s are DRM-free, meaning switching them to your device and desktops and steampunk mp3 players should be a snap.
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- Overview Amazon is an e-commerce retailer formed originally to provide consumers with products in two segments. It offers users with merchandise and content purchased for resale from vendors and those offered by third-party sellers. Operating in North American and International markets, Amazon provides its services through websites such as amazon.com and amazon.ca. It also enables authors, musicians, filmmakers, …
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- Founders Jeff Bezos
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- Founded 1998
- Overview Rockstar Games is a multinational video game development and publishing company with a product portfolio that includes games such as Grand Theft Auto, Max Payne, L.A. Noire, The Warriors, Bully, Manhunt, Midnight Club, State of Emergency, and Red Dead. Rockstar Games has developed its own game engine called the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine (RAGE) to facilitate game development on the PlayStation …
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- Categories Publishing, Computer, Gaming
- Founders Bill Paxton, Dan Houser
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