A spokesperson from Rockstar confirmed to both The Verge and USGamer that the reason for the delisting was that as Microsoft no longer supports Games For Windows Live, Rockstar can no longer generate the keys required to sell the current version of GTA IV. It's unknown at this time if that's why Rockstar pulled the plug, although there's some initial speculation online that it's instead due to music licensing issues, which have plagued PC ports of GTA games in the past. With Microsoft no longer supporting Games For Windows Live, it is no longer possible to generate the additional keys needed to continue selling the current version of the game.
Saudi Military Students Expelled from US after Shooting at Florida Base
The Justice and Defense Department's efforts to remove Saudi students are aimed at "protecting our servants", he said. They asked for anonymity because they weren't authorized to publicly discuss decisions by government officials.
You can get GTA 4 on-well, you can look at its Steam page until further notice, I suppose. However, Microsoft shut down Games for Windows Live in 2014 and Rockstar hadn't made it a priority to future-proof Grand Theft Auto IV. You can create an account through account.Xbox.com and then log into your account in game.
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Nevertheless, he defined the actual causes for his refusal. "I like to look at it as a reggae-inspired or reggae-infused album". Ultimately, her Fenty business took off quickly, and it left her trying to balance her time between both of her passions.
Although this means Grand Theft Auto 4 is unavailable for purchase on Steam at present (standalone expansion Episodes from Liberty City is unaffected), Rockstar says it's "looking at other options for distributing GTA4 for PC". How hard is it to reverse the infrastructure of a game to remove the Games for Windows Live ties?
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It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the attack , in which 63 assailants were also killed, the statement said. As tensions mount in the Sahel region of Western Africa, France called a meeting on Monday with five countries in the region.