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Computer game set to break records

Violence, prostitution, drug smuggling, racial tension. No, it's not the editorial calendar of the Daily Mail, but the world's biggest selling video game, which went on sale last week.

3rd May, 2008

Violence, prostitution, drug smuggling, racial tension. No, it's not the editorial calendar of the Daily Mail, but the world's biggest selling video game, which went on sale last week.

Grand Theft Auto IV was predicted to earn $400 million €260 million) in its first week, beating the previous record set by Halo 3 in early 2007.

The title will be released on the Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360.

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