Doraemon is one of Japan’s most beloved anime. Grand Theft Auto is a hugely popular video game series. Put them together, and you get this. »
The creatures of GTA V all lead secret lives that we often never get to see while playing. They hunt. They eat. They try to survive. »
Installed across all of Los Santos are a countless number of security cameras that quietly monitor everything that happens. And given that this is Grand Theft Auto, it’s pretty likely that they’re recording all sorts of wild things. »
What happens when you try being friendly to fellow GTA Online players? Chaos, bloodshed, and rudeness, that’s what. »
All classic TV show intros deserve a GTA V version. And The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is the perfect candidate: We all watched the series back then (it’s still funny!) and it’s set in the same city as Grand Theft Auto V. »
The cute intro of the classic 90s cartoon Arthur is anything but cute when it’s recreated in GTA V’s environment. »
Grand Theft Auto V is not $20 on Steam right now. Despite multiple misleading listings on GTA’s Steam franchise page (they’re for cash card bundles), it’s still at regular price. Suddenly last week’s GTA price shenanigans look less benign. [Update: The issue has been resolved. Valve says it was a “technical error.”] »
I’ve seen my share of fancy sports cars making ridiculous flips in GTA V. But I’ve never seen anything like this.
A recent breakthrough in the Grand Theft Auto V modding scene has opened up a world of possibilities. Or worlds, I suppose I should say.