Forty years ago, Evel Knievel strapped himself into a rocket and tried to fly over Idaho’s immense Snake River Canyon. He didn’t make it. But the stunt launched his lunacy into legend and inspired a generation of adrenaline junkies like Eddie Braun—the man who, this past weekend, completed the epic stunt Knievel…
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.
Holy shit. This feels like it could have come straight out of The Matrix or something.
Fun fact: you don’t actually need to see Mario levels in order to beat them.
I’ve seen my share of fancy sports cars making ridiculous flips in GTA V. But I’ve never seen anything like this.
The thing that makes this video so hard to turn away from isn't the success. It's all the stubbornness of trying to get there.
For GTA players that know how to shred, the laws of physics just don't apply.
Most of these stunts are legit on-the-edge-of-your-seat harrowing, but the payoff is always worth it.
At this point, there really should be some sort of X-Games inside GTA Online. Because these people deserve medals.
I know that the awesomeness of Grand Theft Auto V's skilled daredevils is well established at this point. But when you see stunts this impressive, it certainly bears repeating:
Their words, not ours.
People have been making jet skis rocket through the air in Battlefield 4 since the dawn of time, but this... this is just beautiful.
The Ultimate Stunting Tutorial is a tremendous effort by dozens of people who came together in the name of doing awesome stuff in the original Halo. Flips. Explosions. Balancing acts. Vehicle launches. Defying physics. UST has it all.
"You don't have time to think up there. If you think, you're dead."
Nine months after release and Grand Theft Auto V is still pregnant with ridiculously impressive stunt potential. In the latest from Nomad Union, absolute insanity happens.
It may not be the single craziest Grand Theft Auto V stunt I've ever seen. But this video of an enterprising GTA V player who jumped over 28 exploding buses still earned a special place in my heart for the clever reference to Evel Knievel.
Every time I think I'm ready to relegate Grand Theft Auto V to the video game archive closet, another insane video stunt montage is released, and I'm drawn right back in.
Sometimes people question if GTA has broken physics that allow some of the crazy stunts we see, but this stunt has actually been done in real life.
Stun_Gravy and the Action Bastards aren't content to just launch jeeps onto the skyscraper in Battlefield 4, they have to do it during a match and capture the flag with it.
Alamogordo's city council has granted an excavation permit for the infamous landfill said to hold thousands of copies of E.T. and Pac-Man for the Atari 2600—two titles blamed for the mid-1980s crash of console gaming—and yes, the permit-holder is digging out the site specifically to find those games' remains.