Recently, a reporter for a Turkish news station was supposedly rummaging around in the garbage when she found what appeared to be secret codes used during the country’s recent coup attempt. Which would have been fascinating if they weren’t actually just cheats to Grand Theft Auto IV.
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.
The Grand Theft Auto series is the ultimate commentary on modern America. Greed, lust, money, and crime are wrapped together into a Las Vegas buffet of a game that is entertaining, insightful, and overwhelming in its sheer variety.
RoboCop's ED-209 stands proudly over a flaming wreckage in GTA IV. Hopefully GTA V will have (at least) the same level of modding support on PC—giving up all this crazy cool stuff would be a real shame. This one was made veteran modder JulioNIB; there's videos and screenies below, and you can download the mod here.
You can even hack vending machines. That's some admirable attention to detail.
We've rounded up some of the best highlights from the past few days in the gaming world and put them all in one place for you. Today, all clips submitted by Highlight Reel viewers, from Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, Destiny, GTA IV and more!
Now Niko, Johnny and Luis can also get in on that sweet GTA V selfie action. And the results can be pretty fun!
Hope you enjoyed the latest update to the latest, amazing version of the iCEnhancer mod for Grand Theft Auto IV, because it looks like it'll be the last one we're getting, at least for a while.
Until Grand Theft Auto V comes out for PC (soon!) and starts getting modded, we're going to have to be satisfied with GTA IV mods. That means no West Coast Avengers dashing through San Andreas just yet. Nope. For now, we've got Spider-Man swinging through Rockstar's New York.
Welcome to Liberty City, where our bird-headed anti-hero can flap his arms to stay aloft and get points every time he bounces off a pedestrian. You know, same as how it works in Flappy Bird. This is a real GTA IV mod for PC, slated for release this weekend.
There's no PC version of Grand Theft Auto V yet. It's just a dream to the console-shunning gamers who want their turn to rampage through the streets of Los Santos. A team of modders is making that dream a reality.
Not content to wait for Rockstar's inevitable announcement of a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V, a group of ambitious modders are trying to transform GTA IV into Rockstar's most recent GTA.
In this video, we see a dude playing Grand Theft Auto IV's PC version using one hell of an elaborate virtual reality rig. The highlight is not the gameplay footage on the right. It's the dude footage on the left.
What’s the mystery connection between Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V? It might be Ryan Gosling’s no-name character from Drive.
This week's gaming conversation has been dominated by Grand Theft Auto V, but these screenshots from a modded PC version of GTA IV are the most mind-blowing thing you'll see today.
Saints Row has taken a good share of crap for supposedly copying Grand Theft Auto, but at long last, the tables have turned. Saints Row IV isn't even out yet and modders have already put the game's infamous Dubstep Gun into GTA IV.
Grand Theft Auto V will have three different protagonists. Grand Theft Auto IV had three different protagonists, too, when you include Johnny Klebitz from The Lost and Damned and Luis Fernando Lopez from The Ballad of Gay Tony. Some modders have figured out a way to switch among them and Niko Bellic, the way GTA V…
It’s a hard thing to realize your career is over before you’re ready for it to end. When you’re the lead character of Grand Theft Auto IV, though, it’s also freaking hilarious.