Grand Theft Auto starts its online engine

Grand Theft Auto Online debuted Tuesday to questions as to whether gamers will pay for microtransactions within the game, Brian Fitzgerald writes. Meanwhile, investors shouldn't be blinded by the stunning success of Grand Theft Auto V when considering whether to buy shares of Take-Two Interactive Software, Miriam Gottfried writes. "For investors, the Grand Theft Auto V release may only underscore the company's continued exposure to an unpredictable game of chance," she writes.

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