SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThere’s going to be a whole lot of madness going on Monday night, with Canada’s two biggest electronics chains Best Buy and Future Shop throwing competing evening launch events in partnership with competing video game console makers for Grand Theft Auto IV, the most highly anticipated release so far this year.Future Shop and Sony are throwing bashes at stores in Toronto (Yonge Dundas), Vancouver (Broadway Pine), Edmonton (Calgary Trail South 34th Ave.) and Calgary (Northland Drive NW 52nd Ave). The game officially releases on Tuesday and is widely expected to smash all first week sales records. Both chains are holding midnight madness events starting on Monday evening, culminating in stores opening at midnight to accommodate the masses that will doubtlessly line up.What kind of madness should we expect? Future Shop is promising a street party atmosphere with DJs spinning music while game demos are shown.
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