Rockstar is continuing to roll out updates and new missions, activities and jobs for those of you who enjoy playing online and partaking in the most recent update called the San Andreas Flight School, which adds new vehicles, aerial tasks and cooperative mayhem.
Rockstar and Amazon announced today that they're moving the illustrious Grand Theft Auto series to the new Amazon Fire TV platform, also known as the definitive device for watching TV on your TV.
GTA Online players can once again create custom multiplayer jobs. Rockstar has restored the featured a day after deactivating it.
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.
One of the things gamers have nearly come to master in the 2008 outing is the ability to completely transform Grand Theft Auto into entirely new beasts, including outputting amazing trailer remakes from other games, music videos or even movies. Just like the ones in this list
All good things eventually come to an end... or in the case of scammers: once caught it's twice as hard to stay gone. For the group that's been spearheading hoaxes across multiple forms of popular media – the individuals who have recently been scamming Rockstar fans with GTA V hoaxes – they have been hit hard with a certain kind of defeat.
The year is at an end. We've reached the pinnacle month of a year ready to retire and we're just one week away from welcoming in 2014 with open (or closed) arms. With gaming enthusiasts, bloggers, journalists, pundits, bums, YouTubers and streamers in between all giving their opinion of what they felt were the best game(s) of 2013, one of the more pertinent questions is what did you feel topped the “Best of” list for 2013?
Remember Nightride FM? The radio station that was to be a throwback of electro-synth from the golden era of music that primed our heads to nod and our feet to tap during the confetti-colored neon lights of the 1980s never made it into the final version of Grand Theft Auto V. Many gamers, including myself, was dearly looking forward to all that the Nightride FM station had to offer, but alas it was not meant to be... until now.
Right off the bat, I'll just tell it like it is: A user on 4Chan came across a meeting that Rockstar had with a Bulgarian-based company called Socialevo Network. They're a marketing firm centered around online and mobile based content engagement and social advertising. The real kicker is that tucked away on Socialevo's site are some files... some very GTA-esque files.
Late to the party but never without the sort of stuff that makes it interesting, we've sort of come full circle on the GTA stuff where enough gamers have had time to play the game for themselves and see if it lives up to all the hype, the candor and the violence one would expect from a franchise known for pushing the limit. However, has the limit been pushed too far?
Just ahead of the launch on October 1st, Rockstar has rolled out additional information for GTA Online, the multiplayer extension to GTA V. The official post on their page confirms a lot of what we already knew while also verifying a few things we also already knew.
Grand Theft Auto V is upon us but there's a bit of a hiccup with the game that Rockstar has addressed when concerned gamers pondered on why Rockstar's official Twitter warned gamers to only install one of the Xbox 360's discs for the game.
Talk about a tale of two cities. Sony and Microsoft have very different outlooks on the way they deal with their gaming communities. Sony offers free multiplayer, a helping hand to indies and a free pass to early adopters of GTA V, which is the complete opposite of what Microsoft is doing with anyone who has early access to Rockstar's open-world action game.
Rockstar goes on a banning spree just ahead of the launch of GTA V. Valve rolls out their own Family Share Plan for Steam and Sony reveals a PS Vita TV, competitively priced to give the Gamestick and OUYA a run for their money. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Grand Theft Auto V is gearing up for release to close out the summer, and Rolling Stone had an opportunity to talk to some of the folks at Rockstar Games about the collaborative music process and getting some of the biggest names in entertainment to come on board.