There are countless videos on YouTube right now of people running around Los Santos with fidget spinners, which can be modded into the game. This is the best one.
And to think, we were impressed when someone recreated just one sequence of the movie. But now a Russian crew has gone and remade a good portion of Terminator 2 inside Grand Theft Auto V, with a final runtime of just over an hour of footage.
According to Havana, Florida mom Kayla McAllister, her 11-year-old son was flipping through the manual of a used game purchased from GameStop on Sunday when he came across a plastic bag containing a white substance. They called the police and yep, it’s meth.
Last week, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was way out in front in the Japanese sales chart, surprising absolutely no one. Some of the entries, however, might catch you off guard.
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.
Let’s see how those cops like it when you’re rollin’ down Rodeo in your MAXIMUM ARMOUR.
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.
Here’s a driver from Evolve Stunting, ready to make a jump off a ramp and maybe do a few spins and oh he’s got company.
We’re a few years past laughing at media’s reporting on video games, partly because we just don’t care anymore, partly because they’ve (for the most part) improved their game. This hilarious story from Australia’s Channel 7, though, is just too good/terrible to ignore.
Artist Brent Watanabe debuts the San Andreas Community Cam today, a Twitch stream that follows the lives of five Grand Theft Auto V NPCs. Watch as they traverse GTA V’s Los Santos, accompanied by the sounds of crying.
That...is not how cars are suppose to work. Or bridges, for that matter. Or physics.
After over a month of voting, Valve today revealed the winners of The Steam Awards, or what amounts to a “greatest-hits” victory lap for some of the digital retail platform’s most played games.
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…
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.
If we’re going to try and find a glimmer of hope amidst the churning turd maelstrom that is 2016, let’s find it in the GTA V trend of “smashing a certain number of things into other things”.
Ah, yes, Grand Theft Auto V: where destruction is crowd-sourced.