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Rockstar's future Grand Theft Auto games are still shrouded in rumor, but a hint at their upcoming plans cropped up on March 21. According to the US Patent and Trademark Office, Take-Two Interactive has filed to trademark the name "Vice City Stories" for use in television and movies, clothing and, yes, video games.
Above: Could Vice City be your next PSP playground?
This might seem like a solid lead on the next GTA project, but it's possible that Rockstar is just acting preemptively to protect its brands from trademark infringement. The company also has a history of changing its mind and throwing up smoke screens - some readers might remember that it registered GTA: Sin City, GTA: Bogota and GTA: Tokyo before the release of San Andreas - so hold off on those pre-orders for now.
Reached for comment, the company's official response was "Rockstar does not comment on rumors and speculation."
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