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Rumor: GTA IV Introduction Video from leaked PS3 version?!

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367w ago - The video below from DT042908 is supposedly of the introduction to GTA IV on a leaked PS3 version of the game.

It's of the 'dark' kind, and the game just suddenly appears and starts running.

Real? Fake? You decide! :P

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#7 - zork90 - 366w ago
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Its definitely fake! That intro is as fake as it possibly could be.

But there are some pics on the GTA4 Map leaked... and those are very real. It shows the map, the subways and the PS3 controls

#6 - Sarge187 - 367w ago
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I will say fake, the disk icon should show GTA4 before the background loads.

#5 - joetje - 367w ago
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this could be very real.. its only an introduction to the story line, not that the whole game will be like this.

#4 - broy4686 - 367w ago
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if its real, then it sucks. I was hoping for something a little more action packed than that

the intro video is pretty weak. I was hoping for something with some gameplay/cutscenes, etc

#3 - Da Mafia - 367w ago
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Don't the Rock* and Take2 logo's normally appear before the opening video?

#2 - bigol - 367w ago
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I think it's a fake, no way it is real.

#1 - labonte - 367w ago
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This video is so fake.. very dark and like you said the game just pops up out of the blue if you look at the the disc icon on the xmb it never changes.

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