Less than a year ago Dan Houser, one of the main creative forces behind the Grand Theft Auto series, bought Truman Capote's former mansion in Brooklyn for $12.5 million. Now he's selling it for a knock down bargain price of $10 million. Any takers?
At the time Dan Houser managed to pick up the condo for $5.5 million less than the asking price, but has since put the property up for sale five times. This will be the sixth.
The place looks absolutely incredible: 11 bedrooms, 7000 square feet of space. Someone really needs to do a gaming version of MTV cribs.
This is how the other (gaming) half lives folks. Truly Dan Houser is the Tony Stark of video games.