Grand Theft Auto 5 has been on the market for nearly 18 months, which is an eternity in video game years. Yet, Rockstar Games hasn't ditched the title for greener pastures. And if this new batch of screenshots is any indication, Los Santos is about to get a major upgrade.
GTA 5's online heists finally have a release date. However, this good news was balanced out with some bad news: the PC version of the game has been pushed back again.
It's been awhile since Rockstar Games has shared any new details about GTA 5's online heists for a few months. Fortunately, a new batch of leaked screenshots are here to tide us over.
React is a YouTube channel that does exactly what the name infers: they gauge reactions. They look for people to react to the stuff they have them experience and then post up clips of it online. Their latest experiment included senior citizens getting in some game time with Rockstar Games' infamous Grand Theft Auto V.
A parody video making fun of the morose tone and overly serious nature of Max Payne 3 has gone live courtesy of YouTuber 8-Bit Bastard. It's two minutes of funny and worth the watch. Check it out.
Rockstar Games is offering a couple perks to PC gamers that decide to pre-order Grand Theft Auto 5. One of these pre-order bonuses is a full free game developed by Rockstar.
GTA 5's PC version won't be out this month after all. Rockstar announced today that they're pushing back the release further into 2015.
There are always going to be some crazy glitches that people find at one point or another. One of the cool things about glitches in today's generation of gaming is how easy it is to share that glitch with others... such as being turned into a liquor sign in Grand Theft Auto V.
If you're the kind of gamer that really loves the high-end visual effects from the latest and greatest games and you proudly proclaim your graphics whore addictions to the world, you're going to love this bit of news: Hayssam Keilany is back to work on the iCEnhancer mod for GTA V.
You're low on ammo. You're strapped for cash. You need to get some dough and you don't know how. Well, there's a non-violent way to help make some quick cash without wasting a bullet or even using a gun. Watch how this player manages to rob a convenience store without using any violence at all.
The holidays were a bit gloomy for gamers thanks to DDoS attacks against both Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, meaning that console owners new and old were left unable to take their games online for several days in a row. Rockstar Games decided to take a little sting off of the situation, though, extending their festive plans for Grand Theft Auto V to an indeterminate amount of time.
Rockstar Games has launched a special holiday event for GTA 5. The Festive Surprise brings players several new activities and gifts from now until January 5th.
GTA Online's cooperative heists still aren't in the game a year after they were announced. In a new apology to players, Rockstar explained the delay and promised a free gift.
Over a year after first announcing online heists for GTA 5, Rockstar Games finally shared some details. They've released a trailer and screenshots along with release date information for the long-delayed feature.
Just in time for holiday shopping, Consumer Reports has announced the five most violent video games of 2014. They say that these games "should never come anywhere near your kids."