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.
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.
Watch the California Highway Patrol chase a stolen car down the highway LIVE right now!
The Need For Speed video game franchise has a “completely rebooted” installment dropping November 3rd, and they’ve announced all 51 cars coming available upon release.
Last month a St. Louis man stole a 2009 Pontiac G8 from a car dealer. Since then, he has been in at least six police chases, some of which have exceeded speeds of 130 mph. This week authorities arrested a suspect that they believe is the secret wheel-man.
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.
This is what Grand Theft Auto would look like in real life — a group of Honda Civic street racers are spotted by a police helicopter, then flee through the streets of Philadelphia. They outsmart the cops, and then upload the whole thing to YouTube.
Mods are insanely cool. They can grant PC games everything from a spiffy outfit to entirely new game modes and areas.
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…
Drawing on familiar media representations and cultural histories for the sake of building a female gangster actually seems pretty difficult.
Squint at the Grand Theft Auto V trailer closely and you might pick up some interesting details. We did.
But when I put L.A. Noire in the hands of someone who loves GTA, guess what he tried to do first? He discovered just how different these two games are. Watch.… [Kotaku]
A new study's discovered players of racing video games like Need For Speed take bigger risks, are ticketed, and crash into stationary objects more often then their non-gamer counterparts. But frequent gamers do pass driving tests in fewer attempts.
If you've ever played Circuit de Catalunya in Forza 3, just imagine doing the same in a real, well-worn Alfa. Glorious. [formfreu]
In spite of George C. Scott's endorsement, the Renault Alliance GTA failed to save American Motors. Few remain on the street today, but here's one that managed to evade The Crusher for more than 20 years.
With Renault's American partner, AMC, on the ropes in 1987, the lords of Kenosha decided that a factory-hot-rod version of the AMC-ified Renault 11 would be just the thing to fend off disaster.