Grand Theft Auto Online’s Tiny Racers update, releasing next week, applies a little historical perspective to the game’s stunt racing, a callback to the series’ top-down origins.
I don’t think anybody would call GTA firefighters “competent,” but even so, their chaos can reach hilarious new heights under the right conditions.
For brief period over the weekend, Grand Theft Auto Online players were robbed of one of the game’s basic joys—they couldn’t steal police cars. Fortunately for them, the police couldn’t access them either.
Navid Khonsari has been a legal resident of the United States for 17 years. He’s worked on games like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Resident Evil 7, and an interactive story about the Iranian Revolution called 1979 Revolution: Black Friday. These days, though, he doesn’t feel entirely welcome in the US or Iran, and…
Last month’s GTA Online update, Import/Export, added a slew of wacky vehicles. Since then, fans have used the update to do all sorts of outlandish things that must be seen to be believed.
The Grand Theft Auto franchise has been around for nearly two decades, and the series includes over a dozen titles. Some GTA games are excellent, others...not so much. Let’s take a moment to rank every GTA game, from worst to best.
That...is not how cars are suppose to work. Or bridges, for that matter. Or physics.
OpenIV was used to start cracking open Grand Theft Auto V back in 2015, and now the Russian developers behind the modding tool have set their sites on bringing GTA IV’s Liberty City into the series’ latest entry.
Last week I started sizing up the new GTA Online update, Import/Export. It added a ton of new missions and wacky cars. But a lot of this content was inaccessible if you didn’t have a lot of in-game money. You’d have to be rich (virtually, at least) to play it. So I spent the last week getting money and have been…
Grand Theft Auto Online’s newest free expansion, Import/Export, is out today. It mostly involves stealing and driving incredible cars, including the ramp car in the video here, posted on YouTube by gamer Oderus Orungus. More details on Rockstar’s site.
Dirty Worka and Carbine King—not their real names, as you may have guessed—are two Grand Theft Auto Online players who clash about one important thing. Dirty Worka hates the rampant cheating in the game. Carbine King is a boastful cheater. Despite this, they’re friends and sometimes play against each other.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been sitting around wondering when the next next Grand Theft Auto IV PC patch is going to hit. Wait no longer.
For years now, GTA V fans have tried their best to stop a digital train by any means necessary. Some schemes are logical. Others...not so much.
While fans would argue there’s more to the series than endless murder, GTA is still infamous for being violent. Appropriately, YouTube has spawned an enormous subculture of GTA Online videos documenting the most vicious ways to kill NPCs, and that footage is enjoyed by millions.
Today’s Deadline update for Grant Theft Auto’s ever-expanding multiplayer component transforms GTA Online into GTA Tronline, with futuristic light-trailing motorcycles and a new adversary mode in which to crash them.
GTA V is rated M, meaning it is intended for people aged 17 and above. And yet, on YouTube, some people use GTA V to make shows for children, some of which get millions of views per episode.
Grand Theft Auto Online players who amassed mountains of in-game money through exploits and mods woke up today to gargantuan deductions from their virtual bank accounts. Rockstar Games started the day with a new offensive against players who break the game’s terms of service to their advantage.
Ah, yes, Grand Theft Auto V: where destruction is crowd-sourced.