“Gay Tony,” from the most recent gay-ish volume of Grand Theft Auto, is a high-end nightclub owner who may or may not actually be a homo — but he’s getting his own disc for the Xbox Live, which will also be released as part of a set called “Episodes from Liberty City” for Xbox 360.
As our pals at GayGamer write:
First the ‘Over the Rainbow’ achievement in Bully and now our very own gay-titled DLC episode? Have gay gamers managed to charm their way into Rockstar’s heart, or is it the love of controversy that beats beneath Rockstar’s ample bosom?
Given the largely straight-boy audience, we doubt there’s going to be too much man sex in the game, but there was full-frontal in the last one! Here’s hoping for a secret cut-scene that involves a craigslist hooker and a back office handjob. We’ll leave GayGamers to figure that shit out.
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