Rocktar Games releases the highly anticipated trailer for the latest game and fourth generation of the "Grand Theft Auto" franchise: "Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony". The title character is Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince, a Tom Ford-styled, pansexual crime lord and nightclub owner who tells henchman and game protagonist Luis Lopez: "I'm the only man in the history of this town with the best gay and straight clubs at the same time, and I'm about to lose everything!'"
Videogames Republic explains the plot which is strangely reminiscent of blatino thugporn: "Gamers take control of Lopez who attempts to get nightclub owner, Gay Tony out of debt. But things aren’t so clear-cut when Tony’s drug habits get him and Luis into a spot of bother. 'Luis has to do some of these favors and see if he can get them out of debt' and 'the situation with Tony’s drug problems gets worse and worse, and Tony gets more and more out of control,' [Rockstar co-founder Sam] Houser told USA Today."
Not quite sure what are those "favors" but rough trade Luis Lopez reminds his boss: "Gay Tony? You'll always be the king of this town. You are the king of this town."
TBoGT "will likely be a mature-rated title" when it comes out on Xbox 360 as a downloadable extension for "Grand Theft Auto IV" on Oct. 29. Club kids and gaymers will love, love, love the virtual nightclubs, disco ball and non-stop dance music. The dance track featured on the trailer is "Pjanoo" by Eric Prydz. The song really is infectious. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP.