GTA Online has changed a lot since 2013, thanks to an ever-growing list of new cars, guns and heists. Along the way, some parts of GTA have become forgotten or even removed. Let’s take a look back, shall we?
GTA Online’s Cunning Stunts update has given players a whole slew of new toys to do mess around with, and some daredevils are taking advantage of this by concocting all sorts of entertaining car tricks.
The Audi R8 is good and nice, but it is a supercar. And sometimes supercars attract people who don’t know how to drive supercars (or really at all), and sometimes they cause accidents and flee the scene. Sometimes they’re such an idiot jamoke, they get caught on a dashcam driving like an idiot jamoke.
Are you prepared to witness the most cinematic real life bank robbery car chase ever recorded? Because this shit is better than Hollywood.
Jamie Lee Sharp was sentenced to four years in jail for breaking into a house and stealing the keys to a Porsche Boxster, taking selfies with the car, and subsequently crashing—imprisoning himself in bad decisions and the wreckage until the authorities arrived.
London CCTV footage has been released by police showing a man attempting to steal a red Porsche convertible by cutting his way into the car with a knife through the soft-top roof. Whatever happened to smash-and-dash?
What happens when a game gets so popular that the company that created it wants to make a life-sized replica of one of its most iconic cars? It gets built by West Coast Customs, given to a middle-aged mom, then put on eBay. Twice. And you can now buy it, proving that lightning doesn't just strike once.
Rockstar Games is dropping an "Independence Day Special" for Grand Theft Auto V Online in which you'll be able to download a red white and blue monster truck and motorcycle and blow stuff up with muskets and rocket launchers. U-S-A! U-S-A!
Every day, or maybe every day, or possibly never, we are flooded by emails from readers. "Please, oh please, can I get an original 1969 Nissan Skyline GT-R in my Grand Theft Auto V," they all say. Worry no longer, as a big free update just gave us all the tasteful cars we always wanted.
I always cheered when I, um, appropriated a Banshee sports car in the Grand Theft Auto games. Nothing gets you to your next heist faster! West Coast Customs liked it so much they made a real one, and now it can be yours too.
Cars in Monaco are crazy. Old school Ferraris and Lamborghinis are so common they don't even deserve a second glance. But then there are other cars. Cars that look animated. And it's because they basically appear to be taken straight from Grand Theft Auto.
You know, bro, Grand Theft Auto V is pretty badass. But sometimes it's not enough and you gotta try that shit in real life by stealing a truck, kidnapping an innocent lady, and then ramming some parked cars. Know what I mean, bro?
The last time I played any Grand Theft Auto Anything was GTA III, so I'm not sure if you can "win" GTA V. But I'm pretty sure this guy won GTA V.
I'll be the first to admit that the sheer enormity of the amount of vehicles in Grand Theft Auto V can be overwhelming. Every time I think "that's it, there can't be something else," five more new things pop up. In case you're feeling the same way, there's now a list of every single driving, flying, and swimming thing.
The wonderful thing about the cars in Grand Theft Auto is that they're almost almost almost copyright violations of the coolest cars on the road, so let's ID every last influence on the new batch of GTA V vehicles.
During the mid-1990s, I spent my summers in L.A. I was still in high school and answering phones at a film agency on Wilshire. And in the mid-1990s, super producer Don Simpson ruled Hollywood. Everyone in the movie business had a Don Simpson story. Along with Jerry Bruckheimer, Simpson was the force behind…
Every day millions of innocent people are ripped violently from their vehicles, left sprawled out on the street as a gruff anti-hero with a twisted sense of right and wrong makes off with their ride. No more, says internet movie maker Freddie Wong.
Drawing on familiar media representations and cultural histories for the sake of building a female gangster actually seems pretty difficult.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was my favorite of the series, by far, and that's no slight to Vice City, which I treasure. Still, there was something about C.J.'s adventures that made me feel like I'd lived the greatest summer ever.