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.
Rockstar Games' Bully is one of those games that have gone down in history as an instant-classic (although, few titles in Rockstar's library haven't been labeled as instant-classics) and it just received the HD treatment courtesy of the Unreal Engine 4. Check it out below.
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.
There's a small compendium of local flavors, activities and local attractions in Portland, Oregon listed in a piece that explains why the city would be the perfect place for Grand Theft Auto VI. There's a few explanations on how the strip clubs, gun shops and coffee outlets make Portland an excellent destination for the action crime-drama.
Some gamers are getting antsy about the release of Grand Theft Auto V on PC because there has been very little word from Rockstar about the game. Across discussion threads fear is spreading that GTA V may be delayed on PC.
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.
In my opinion one of the biggest hold-ups for GTA V really indulging in its true capabilities is that it was made for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Well, for those of you who actually want to see the game grow beyond the limitations of the seventh generation, you might be getting your wish with future updates for the game.
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.
Rockstar Game is celebrating the Thanksgiving weekend with a bunch of giveaways. The two grand prizes are an Xbox One and PS4 with custom GTA 5 artwork.
Rockstar Games seem to really take their efforts for community interaction quite serious. For Grand Theft Auto V we've seen Rockstar step up their social media game and community engagement. One of the ways Rockstar has managed to keep gamers engaged is by spotlighting the Snapmatic photos that GTA V players have taken in-game.
Now that Grand Theft Auto V has officially launched for those with eighth generation home consoles, it's probably become apparent that those who originally owned the game on the Xbox 360 and PS3 will probably want to transfer over their GTA Online character and stats. Well, here's how you do it.