Video games send us to exotic locales, charging us to do countless tasks. Amidst what can feel like a jumbled mess of quests, goals, and waypoints, finding something consistent can be a treat. Let’s look at the ways in which finding something we can do repeatedly in a game can provide a welcome relief from day to day…
GTA Online is getting a big new expansion next month. Called Further Adventures in Finance and Felony, it’ll let you run your own criminal organization and sell contraband across Los Santos. Still no word on the single-player DLC that was promised oh so long ago.
Tanks aren’t just in GTA V for shooting stuff and evading cops. There’s so much scope to do more with their heavy, swinging bodies. Like slapstick murder.
GTA V might not have World War I era weapons and vehicles, but it has blimps and biplanes.
An autonomous, self-driving car in Los Santos? What could go wrong?
The Enduro bike isn’t the only suitable vehicle in GTA V for wild custom stunt maps. The Vespa bike might be sluggish, but when handled correctly it’s a good choice for parkour maps as well.
Here’s a GTA V mod, in case you ever wanted to run so hard that you create a tornado and suck up all nearby objects. In GTA V.
Nearly impossible, custom-made parkour maps are a popular part of GTA Online, with their very own community. They test the limits of the game’s engine, which sometimes results in some truly spectacular runs.
Welcome to San Andreas Streaming Deer Cam, where viewers can watch a very special deer wander the wilds (and streets) of Los Santos. Frolicking along the sidewalk, stopping traffic, getting shot up by the cops, he does it all.
Watch as Franklin completely breaks GTA V’s missions with nothing but an intense ragdoll.
Rockstar hasn’t made any single player DLC for Grand Theft Auto V, and this long after the game’s release, it’ll probably never happen. One reason why? The game’s publisher, Take-Two Interactive, keeps bragging about how much money Grand Theft Auto Online is making.
Half the point of GTA V being set in Los Santos was so that we could drive around the opulence of Bel Air and the Hollywood Hills. I don’t know if Rockstar ever meant for part of the city to be transformed into a post-apocalyptic scene, like something out of The Last Of Us.
Once was a time you’d pay tribute to a fallen idol by writing a song, or maybe placing some flowers. That was then. This is 2016, and some Motörhead fans have taken to frontman Lemmy’s passing a little differently.
A new expansion hit Grand Theft Auto V today, bringing with it the usual slew of new real estate, weapons and clothes for players to sample. Executives and Other Criminals also features a new mission type called Extractions, which uses some of the best parts of GTA Online to excellent effect.
Mod-master MrVicho13 basically took the entire N64 Yoshi Valley course from Mario Kart 8 and dropped it into Grand Theft Auto V, because he could.
Sammy from Fossa Beauty does make-up. She also, from time-to-time, transforms herself from a human woman into a male video game monster.
Earlier this year, Martin Bergman was working on a GTA V graphics mod that looked positively unreal. It’s still not out—he’s been keeping busy with Battlefront—but another modder (Josh Romito) has stepped in and done pretty much the same thing. Only his mod is available right now.