For brief period over the weekend, Grand Theft Auto Online players were robbed of one of the game’s basic joys—they couldn’t steal police cars. Fortunately for them, the police couldn’t access them either.
Here’s a driver from Evolve Stunting, ready to make a jump off a ramp and maybe do a few spins and oh he’s got company.
RZED had a simple question: could a big enough crowd of GTA V civilians stop one of the game’s replica 747s?
Some of the multiplayer additions to Grand Theft Auto Online may not interest devotees of the single-player part of Rockstar’s ever-evolving rendition of California crime. The stunt races introduced to the game throughout the past month should.
An autonomous, self-driving car in Los Santos? What could go wrong?
Earlier this year, Martin Bergman was working on a GTA V graphics mod that looked positively unreal. It’s still not out—he’s been keeping busy with Battlefront—but another modder (Josh Romito) has stepped in and done pretty much the same thing. Only his mod is available right now.
By now, everyone’s read reviews of Grand Theft Auto V from people who have played it. So we thought we’d bring you some reviews from people who haven’t.
When Hoosker Don’t crashed his bike playing GTA V, he probably figured—as the opening seconds of this video suggest—that he’d just get up and get another vehicle. No big deal. Oh, how wrong he was.
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.
We've seen charts, and galleries from the street, but it's only when you see the size of the game world in both GTA titles laid bare that you start to appreciate a few things you might have otherwise missed.
This week, Rockstar is re-releasing Grand Theft Auto V on PS4 and Xbox One. The new version, which also comes to PC in January, has better graphics, new music, and a new first-person mode. You can now play the the bulk of the game—shooting, driving, skydiving, sexing—in first-person.
First-person shooting and driving are coming to Grand Theft Auto V with the game's re-release. And if these GIFs are anything to go by, it's going to be great.
It was rumored before, but this is still sort of surreal to write: the upcoming current-gen remake of Grand Theft Auto V will have a first-person mode.
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.
Two weeks back, I picked up a Japanese copy of Grand Theft Auto V and began leisurely working my way through the game. After a few hours of playing it, I started to notice that some things were curiously missing in the sex and violence department.
The calm, magical voice of Morgan Freeman—impersonated by Jason Stephens—makes us forget that GTA V is full of murder and turns Franklin's vacation in Los Santos into a peaceful tale.
Like many of the millions of Americans who got Grand Theft Auto V on or soon after its Sept. 17 release, I spent much of that first weekend in Los Santos, the game's fictional mega-metropolis. Having bought, binged on, and beaten the game, I can mouth my own oohs and ahs.
Dear Parents... We need to talk. There is something that has been eating at me for awhile, and I have had enough.
There is a Dodge Power Wagon in Grand Theft Auto V. Just thought I should get that one out of the way. With only a day to go before the game’s release, some early reviewers have identified many of the vehicles making an appearance.