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Remaking popular movie and television trailers within video games has become a popular pastime for some people, especially in machinima-friendly games like Grand Theft Auto V and Fallout. Well, the latest Suicide Squad trailer was fodder for the creative mind of one YouTuber who managed to recreate it within Fallout 4.
It seems like Take-Two Interactive is in the news these days more times than not for something legal related. In this case, a former top employee of the Scotland-based Rockstar North named Leslie Benzies is suing Take-Two for $150 million in what he claims to be unpaid royalties.
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.
Lindsay Lohan is moving forward with her lawsuit against Take-Two Interactive over the depiction of the character Lacey Jonas in GTA V, whom she believes is a direct ripoff of her likeness. While most people thought the judge would throw out the case, the judge instead decided to move forward with it.
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.
While The Last Of Us will always be an inspiring video game experience on its own, thatís not to say it wonít keep people from jazzing up other games with the gameís apocalyptic zombie theme. One user loved The Last Of Us so much, he wanted the experience in the world of Grand Theft Auto V, complete with a very familiar map and a Joel character skin.
You know whatís rad? Jumping out of airplanes in Grand Theft Auto V. You know what would make it even more rad? Doing exactly that with a bunch of online pals, but in a competitive setting. Thankfully, thatís exactly what weíre getting thanks to a new mode being introduced into the game.
A group of gamers have decided to recreate the world of Grand Theft Auto V, block for block, within the world of Minecraft, and the results are pretty impressive.
Grand Theft Auto V has been widely known for its grotesque translation of city life involving gangs, strippers, drugs and car theft. But gamers have come to know the franchise as one of the most entertaining free-for-alls in the third-person action-adventure genre. When a group of elders were given the opportunity to play Grand Theft Auto V, they rolled with the punches, but were left with some very perplexed and stunned reactions.
Rockstar Games' latest update set to arrive on December 15th is the sort of update that actually puts a lot of mods to shame and shows that they still have what it takes to knock a home run out of the park. The latest expansion is called Executives and Other Criminals and features a huge overhaul to the way GTA Online is played.
Mods for GTA V are finally getting to the point where we're seeing the creative boundaries get pushed to the limits and some really cool stuff is starting to emerge now that mesh imports, model swaps, custom textures and original geometry can be modded into the game. All of that is to say that Mario Kart maps are being implemented into GTA V.
GTA V's modding scene has been a slow and evolving ecosystem. It's not like the modding scene for GTA IV where modders took some time to understand the new system and hit the ground running. Nevertheless, modders have finally stepped up their game and have begun making total graphics conversions for Rockstar's open-world action title.
Modders continue to push the boundaries on GTA V, despite what limitations and roadblocks are set in front of them by continuous mod-blocking updates from Rockstar. One of the more ambitious new mods that works with the latest update is a Armageddon meteor shower mod from the always reliable JulioNIB.
Rockstar has decided to celebrate the football-themed Thanksgiving by rolling out some new content for Xbox One, PS4 and PC users. The new update sees two teams battling head-to-head on large empty bridges, almost like a game of football in cars.
If you've been one of the gamers tired of all the microtransaction limitations and rule-sets laid down in GTA Online by Rockstar, and you wanted to experience something a bit more free-form like the FiveM or GTA-MP multiplayer mods, you're in for a rude awakening: They've been ordered to shut down.