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.
An autonomous, self-driving car in Los Santos? What could go wrong?
Drake finally released his latest album last night, and fans were quick to point out something funny about the accompanying artwork: the pictures totally look like GTA loading screens.
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.
Today on Highlight Reel we have skeleton naps, spooky Rainbow 6 kills, jumps, secret admirers and much more!
Looks like the HD version of GTA San Andreas has been blown out of the water. Thanks, mods!
Grand Theft Auto V came out two-and-a-half years ago. There’s still no real answer for the bizarre Mt. Chiliad Mystery that some players are obsessed with. But folks are still finding new clues hidden around Los Santos.
Watch as Franklin completely breaks GTA V’s missions with nothing but an intense ragdoll.
CJ, Niko Bellic, Tommy Vercetti and GTA III’s Claude, all together, in a fantastic demake by Hat-Loving Gamer. And it’s not just a demake. The battles and other mechanics are now all similar to classic Pokémon games.
Today Tokyo saw the opening of Game On, an exhibition showcasing the history of video games and exploring the question “Why are video games so interesting?” One exhibit is a recreation of the planning board used to visually plot out the missions of PS2 classic Grand Theft Auto 3.
And now, a moment for us to be humbled by our place in the universe.
Los Santos has never looked so...blocky.
Grand Theft Auto games are all about attention to detail. A million little things come together to form the massive simulations we’ve come to know and love—and it’s fascinating to look at what, specifically, goes into defining a GTA space.
There’s snow in Los Santos today, which is, y’know, nice. But the other freak occurrence—becoming or slaying feral manbeasts that can jump over buildings—in Rockstar Games’ fake Los Angeles is a lot more fun. See for yourselves.
The PSP classic Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is now available on iOS and also coming soon to Android and even Amazon devices, Rockstar announced today.
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.
The multiplayer competitions in Grand Theft Auto Online tends to happen in big, spread-out sections of Rockstar’s fake Los Angeles. But the newest ways to take out fools in the online version of Los Santos happens in tightly confined spaces, making for quick, spectacular sessions.