It's that time of the year again: the glorious three-day affair of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has returned.
Even though the event had its balls chopped off a few years ago, mainstream gaming sites are nonetheless buzzing with delight, their writers eagerly awaiting the inevitable announcements of upcoming releases. Bloggers are blogging, Twitters are twittering (Tweeting? Twitting? Twooting?). It's a grand ol' time for all of those involved.
(We're not there, however. So screw em'. We didn't want to go, anyway.)
It's not like it matters, though. Rockstar Games is nowhere to be found, and with their absence from the official Exhibitors List it's pretty safe to say that we won't be hearing of any additional details regarding Big Gay Tony's Sing-Along Adventure. At least not from E3, that is.
So while other gaming sites are busy talking about games that don't matter, we've gone ahead and killed off some time by setting up some "social networking" profiles of our own. (If CNN can do it, why can't we?)
First up is Twitter. Yup, we've caved in and gotten our hands on a Twitter account. You can follow us to get the latest updates from GTA4.net, quick blurbs from the GTANet team, and if you're the chatty type, you can harass us directly via @gtanet.
We're actively taking a look at other trendy networking sites that could use a bit more Grand Theft Auto lovin', as well. If you have any suggestions, leave a post on our forums.
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