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Rockstar Games has announced a couple of new updates will give players more reasons than ever to return to Grand Theft Auto V soon, including a brand new game mode, a highly anticipated new vehicle, as well as in-game sales on various guns and gear.
It appears as if we've had a lot of tidbits of leaks and project assessments from reports based on confidential sources at Rockstar. From the sequel to Red Dead Redemption to news about GTA 6, it appears as if big things could be happening at Take-Two Interactive's subsidiary.
If you've been holding off on participating in GTA Online activities because it didn't seem like there was enough incentives to dive back into the fray, there's a new double RP and cash event going on for the next week that will grant players all sorts of bonuses just for participating in some of the events in the open-world action game.
Rockstar Games has a brand new Adversary Mode for the online portion of GTA V. The new mode is called Rhino Hunt, and it pits a group of tanks against some fast-moving dune buggies armed with sticky bombs. The objective for the dune buggies is to get close enough to stick the bomb to the tank.
The latest in a long line of “remake a thing in a video game” videos has hit the internet, and this one may be one of the most accurate to date. Get ready to revisit The Wolf of Wall Street as seen through the lens of Grand Theft Auto V.
The mad maestros at GTA Series Videos have released their latest masterpiece, “Bowling Bling,” a GTA-infused take on Drake's “Hotline Bling,” dedicated to Roman Bellic's insatiable love of bowling.
Rockstar Games announced some very special holiday content. Merry Christmas ya' filthy animals.
Most of Grand Theft Auto's controversies end up fizzling out, but some develop into full-fledged lawsuits that have more in common with situation comedies than judicial disputes. Here are some of GTA's most ridiculous legal battles.
A new fan-made trailer for Need For Speed Underground 3 from an accomplished artisan of editing and modding in the Grand Theft Auto YouTube scene, has made its way online and is currently up and available for viewing.
The pirates who managed to get their hands on Grand Theft Auto V haven't been wasting their time with the game. Some of the pirates have decided to give back to the gaming community and it involves leaking all the cheats for the Xbox 360 version of GTA V.
DSO Gaming spotted a YouTube from Russian gamer Eduard Mackarchew, where he compares the technical engine systems between Ubisoft's new Watch Dogs for PCs and home consoles to the old, vanilla version of Grand Theft Auto IV on PC.
There's a video featuring the action sequences from James Cameron's Terminator 2, all compiled into a neat little collage that runs just under three minutes.
He's enjoying his online game; playing to be the best; setting them up and knocking them down. That is, until he gets hit with a streak of some unwelcoming sour luck.
Racing fans longing for more Need for Speed: Underground didn't bother to stop and wait for Electronic Arts to pacify their desire for driving and their lusts for the lane. YouTube user RavenwestR1 cut together a fan-made teaser trailer for the NFS: Underground 3 using custom vehicles in GTA IV.
I may not be the biggest fan of GTA V since it's not on PC, but I can't help but get drawn into its mesmerizing gaze whenever some so-awesome-its-sick gameplay video makes its way around the interwebs... like this drifting video.