After enjoying a monumental success with GTA 5 for the Xbox 360 and PS3, Rockstar's next GTA-related venture might be based on a handheld console game as suggested by a new trademark listing.

Rockstar's parent company Take-Two has made a trademark filing for a new name, 'City Stories.' The listing can be viewed over here and it covers both "computer and video game programs and software" and "entertainment services, namely, providing online games."

In the past, the 'City Stories' name has been used in handheld games in the Grand Theft Auto series. This includes GTA: Vice City Stories and GTA: Liberty City Stories. In fact, this new filing also lists the other two handheld games as related properties.

Owing to this, there is a faint possibility that Rockstar might start working on a handheld version of GTA 5 for consoles in the future. The title might end up being a miniature version of GTA 5, similar to the handheld version of Borderlands 2 that launched for the PS Vita recently.

In other news related to GTA 5, YouTuber 'MrBossFTW' has uploaded a video of his friends engaged in "Bank Heists Preparations." While the video is a little ridiculous at times, it manages to bring out the essence of what players can expect from Heists missions in GTA Online: team work, GTA 5's usual flavour of destruction and action, and of course, planning. Watch it here.

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