Over the past few months, Grand Theft Auto 5 has established itself as an endless well of entertainment. We’ve seen recreations of our favorite TV shows and movies, the most ridiculous pile-up in recorded (video game) history, and now one user has decided to share what all those security cameras around Los Santos are really capturing.
Ever since Rockstar Games released the Rockstar Editor for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5, creative gamers have been finding ways to recreate their favorite shows and movies using the tools available. We’ve seen the opening of Full House, the trailer for No Country for Old Men, and now someone has trained their sights on Friends. More →
It’s a good thing real humans don’t drive like the humans in Grand Theft Auto V, because otherwise our entire species would be extinct within a week. If you need more proof of this, look no further than a new video posted by YouTube user Hoosker Don’t that shows how a simple motorcycle crash can set off a chain reaction of crashes and explosions the likes of which we’ve thankfully never seen in real life. More →
Two months after launch, that new car smell of Grand Theft Auto V on PC has begun to fade, but there’s still one PC-exclusive feature that is providing creators with countless hours of entertainment: the Rockstar Editor.
We’ve talked about the in-game video editor in the past, most recently when we found the Full House credits faithfully remade within the world of Los Santos, but this latest discovery might even trump the classic ’90s sitcom. More →
It’s 2015, and for whatever reason, Full House has been in the news fairly consistently over the past few months.
First, Netflix announced that it would officially be producing Fuller House, a sequel series in which many of the original actors will reprise their roles from the ABC sitcom. Then we learned about some sort of weird Lifetime documentary called The Unauthorized Full House Story. It looks terrifying.
Grand Theft Auto 5 has been out on PC for a week now, and despite a few technical hiccups during the first few days, the critical and commercial reaction has been outstanding. Rockstar Games is getting an unprecedented amount of mileage out of GTA 5, but do you really need a second, or possibly third copy of the game?
Surprising no one, Grand Theft Auto 5 has had a smashing debut on PC, quickly becoming the most played third-party game on Steam just days after its release. With its detailed customization options, exclusive video editor and additional radio station, gamers who already owned the game are finding plenty of reasons to jump back into Los Santos.
Starting tomorrow, many gamers are going to be faced with a difficult choice. Is it worth paying for Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC, even if you already own it on console? Some of us who upgraded to the PS4 and Xbox One version of the game already own two copies, so why would we buy it a third time this week?
We’re less than two weeks away from the long awaited release of Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC, but you won’t have to wait that long to see just how incredible the port is going to look. On Thursday, Rockstar Games released a trailer for the PC version of the game running at an eye-popping 60 frames-per-second. More →
That’s the question that YouTube user ElAnalistaDeBits is trying to answer after GTA 5 players started noticing that vehicle collisions didn’t look quite right following the latest updates to the game. In order to discover the truth, “the analyst of bits” reinstalled the vanilla version of the game and recorded the differences between it and the newest version. More →
One of the most anticipated PC games of 2015 already came out on PS3 and Xbox 360 two years ago. That’s right, I’m talking about Grand Theft Auto V, the perpetually delayed bestseller that’s finally coming to PC later this month. For some people, an upgrade to the PC version will be the second or third time they’ve bought the game, so why spend another $60?
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Over a year after launch, Online Heists have finally hit Grand Theft Auto 5. The update finally rolled out last night — nearly 5 gigabytes of anticipation that have been eluding GTA 5 players for months. We still haven’t had a chance to play through a heist ourselves, but the feedback has been universally positive from those who got an early look at the new mode. More →