Professor Utonium’s accident with Chemical X is far worse in GTA V. It’s the exact opposite of “sugar, spice and everything nice”.
Lightsabers and the Force as well. I don’t remember the Emperor attacking with a lightning middle finger, but here’s Trevor doing it.
Driving in the opposite lane is no longer a problem. This custom plow might not be the most stunning creation in GTA V, but it’s effective, that’s for sure.
Time to go fishing! With the help of a series of fortunate GTA V events and the Rockstar game engine.
The Peel P50 three-wheeled microcar, which is the smallest production automobile in the world, certainly won’t stop the GTA V train, but it’s pretty much good for everything else.
Captain Planet was the only 90s edutainment show that had enough charm to fit into the heavy line-up of Saturday-morning cartoons. And we probably all remember its intro.
God save all the regions of the Pokémon universe with Trevor in it as a trainer.
Chop, no! What have they done to you! Some other classic shows and their openings already have GTA V versions, made with the Rockstar Editor and Director Mode, and thanks to YouTuber btz now Scooby-Doo has one too.
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.
Michael, Trevor, Franklin, Lester. They’re one big family after all, just like the cast of Full House. Merfish and his friends recreated the classic show’s intro, and while I don’t remember anyone falling off a truck or getting hit by a cable car, they really did nail the whole thing.
Modding and rebuilding all the old maps from the Grand Theft Auto series are getting easier on the PC version of GTA V thanks to a smart method created by modder NTAuthority. The latest proof for that is a superb remake of Vice City’s memorable map.
YouTuber Dolce’s filters, use of an 4:3 ratio, and dated music make Grand Theft Auto V look like it came in a box of old, damaged VHS tapes.
All the jets are grounded. GTA V's birds are here to show how to pull tricks off properly.
A black driverless car possessed by evil terrorizes San Andreas in YouTuber Gigerbrick's fan-trailer, based on the 1977 movie "The Car" and edited similarly to schlock horrors from that era.
With the new gen versions of Grand Theft Auto V released and tons of new content added to the game, it was inevitable for the GTA Mythbusters series to return and confirm a bunch of new tricks and funny little exploits.
The members the GTA Online clan "The Aging Infidels" have a weird but awesome hobby in-game: remaking the opening scenes of old TV-shows where cars played an important role. So here's their GTA V version of The Dukes of Hazzard:
Tony Soprano and his family might not live on the West Coast, but 8-bit Bastard's remake of the classic opening of the show in Grand Theft Auto V makes me want to load up the original again.
It's a bit strange no one's thought to do so it, because the canal labyrinths of Los Santos are perfect for some Terminator 2 action. But here it is. YouTuber John Chapman and his friends made a pretty neat shot-for-shot remake of the movie's famous truck chase scene.