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.
The new screenshots basically showcase Grand Theft Auto as the game that a lot of people thought they were getting out of Ubisoft's Watch Dogs.
Whenever someone says that they have new footage of a game for a certain system and it's exclusive and shady and all that jazz, we usually all roll our eyes and look the other way. However, when a company positions themselves to protect the content of the footage, it adds a certain level of gravitas to the situation.
While the October and November PlayStation sales charts offered a few surprises here and there, the majority of top-performing games for the last month of 2013 is pretty much what you would have expected, including the likes of Call of Duty, Battlefield, Assassins Creed and Grand Theft Auto.
For the most part, everyone has long forgotten about Grand Theft Auto 5; the game was washed from our memories quicker than the latest Jude Law film, and Rockstar's foray into MMO territory – GTA Online – only helped us further put GTA 5 on the backburner. Well, it's time to put it on the frontburner once more, as new info for the PC version could be inbound soon.
The D.A.G.E.R. System is a review utility setup designed to help disabled gamers learn about the latest and greatest games and how well they meet the criteria for those with visual, audio or motor impairment disabilities. Well, two big new games have been added to the database and they didn't score so well.
By now, it shouldn't even be a question as to whether or not Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PC. For those intent on believing it's a swan song for current gen and an exclusive to the crappy old Xbox 360 and PS3, you might want to pretend to start cutting onions, because there's some salt-inducing news regarding GTA V arriving on PC.
The NPD numbers are in (mostly) and they tell a very straightforward story about Rockstar's prince of gaming brands, Grand Theft Auto. The September sales of software were almost single-handedly carried by Grand Theft Auto V, which made up for more than 50% of the total software sales throughout the month.