This week, all of the attention has been on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 throwing down at E3 (meanwhile, WiiU is in the background all like “We have new Mario!” and everyone else is all like, “Shut up, Nintendo.”). But the “old” systems are far from dead, and the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 will get the year’s biggest game, Grand Theft Auto V. Rockstar has released nine new images showing off fun stuff like flying planes, scuba diving, and riding a jet ski. It may not have super-powered graphics of the next-gen consoles, but I think gamers will find a way to cope. The coping strategy will probably involve getting hookers to service your character, and then killing the hooker to get your money back.
Hit the jump to check out nine new images from the highly-anticipated sequel. Grand Theft Auto V will be released on September 17th. Click here to pre-order the Xbox 360 version, and click here to pre-order the PlayStation 3 version.
Via Rockstar Games.
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