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Grand Theft Auto IV blew away videogame and Hollywood records by raking in an unprecedented 500 million dollars in the week after its release in April 2008.
GRAND THEFT AUTO: EPISODES FROM LIBERTY CITY, PS3 LIBERTY City dropped the jaws of sandbox gamers long ago when Grand Theft Auto IV first hit the streets.
The firm, which has a Game store at the Kingsgate Centre in Huddersfield, enjoyed a bumper 2008 with the release of Mario Kart, Wii Fit and Grand Theft Auto IV.
Byline: KEVIN LYNCH For many gamers, last year's Grand Theft Auto IV was THE must-have title.
Verdict says the video games market has more than doubled in value in the last five years, with the popularity of new titles such as Grand Theft Auto IV and FIFA 08 and the Nintendo Wii contributing to the massive growth.
The company, buoyed by the launch of Nintendo's Wii Fit and Grand Theft Auto IV, said its products were being seen as a more affordable alternative to many other family leisure activities.
HMV said it has been increasing the mix of games such as Grand Theft Auto IV and Wii Fit to compensate for falling CD sales.
US researchers have scientifically confirmed the detrimental influences of these games as yet another bloody game is released, this time called Grand Theft Auto IV.