Remember we recently reported on a mod for Grand Theft Auto IV that allowed players to switch between characters seamlessly? Yeah, it was a little clunky, everyone you switched to had Niko's voice and it seemed a bit crude. However, the mod has been updated with improved scripts, timing and code so that it's nearly identical to the one in Grand Theft Auto V.
Originally there was a model rip from the Hulk: Ultimate Destruction game that came out on the PS2 many years ago for Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto IV on PC. Well, the mod has been updated in a massive way, now including new features like Hulk's thunder clap, his jumping smash attack and his ability to leap great distances.
Activision once held the crown as the king of the pre-order champion. The publisher was proud to prance around their prowess of pre-order predominance and they did so without respite. However, there is a new king of the hill, a new head honcho, a new pimp on the street of pre-orders... and his name is GTA V.
One of the new mods that released earlier in the month was the Injustice rendition of the Main Man, Lobo. The mod is currently available for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV and the new video gives gamers an exciting new bike to go along with the galactic badass.
Okay, so we know that there are used game fees for the Xbox One. PR spin posters have been trying to muddle the point to the effect of creating obfuscation surrounding the matter, but it's out there: Xbox One in its present policy state has a used game fee system. With that out of the way, publishers are now jumping on board the “Hey, I want my money, too” bandwagon.
Loved the music to that piss poor Tron sequel called Tron Legacy? Yeah, I loved the music, too. Did you like the colors, the art direction and the general visual aesthetic? Yeah, So did I. Well, do you like all the previous Tron stuff but you also like Grand Theft Auto? If you haven't guessed where this is going then your Logic 101 class failed you bad.
Waaaarrioooors, come out and plaaaa-eeee-aaaaay. Rockstar’s sudden influx of PlayStation 2 Classics available on the PlayStation Network continues to grow as the developer announces The Warriors will be arriving next Tuesday, May 28.
That age-old violent game that had people like Jack Thompson and the ESRB biting their nails and leaking human juice into their panties has finally made a comeback, and this time Rockstar's no-holds-barred hunting game has become available on Sony's digital distribution portal.
Keeping in theme with all the other Iron Man related mods released recently for Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto IV, another video has surfaced showcasing Iron Man's right-hand man kicking butt and taking names in a video that sees James Rhodes suited up as War Machine and solving all sorts of domestic abuse problems.
You may not have to wait long for Star Wars: Battlefront III to arrive if you grab a few mods for GTA IV. One of the latest mods for the game is a speeder bike that also allows you to fire your lasers. I can't say it's a visual improvement over the speeder bike released last year for GTA IV, but the more the merrier, right?
Fans of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto from way back in the day probably remember a little total conversion expansion for the very first GTA called GTA London 1969. The expansion pack was quite popular and even found its way onto the PSX back in the day. Well, thanks to some dedicated modders GTA London 1969 has been faithfully recreated and ported into the RAGE runtime for GTA IV.
The closest thing to playing as Christian Bale's Batman in GTA would probably be Netherrealm's rendition of Batman from Warner Bros. Injustice: Gods Among Us. Well, if you didn't already know, Batman from Injustice is now fully playable in GTA IV.
The Back to the Future mod creator has actually managed to make it where you can travel to different time zones now. It is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most insane thing I've seen for Grand Theft Auto. So yes, you can travel from GTA IV to Red Dead Redemption. Stand up and give the modders a hand.
Rockstar let loose a ton of new screenshots for their upcoming open-world action title, Grand Theft Auto V. I might even venture to say that it's probably the most highly anticipated game of the year next to Call of Duty: Ghosts.
While the big news for almost anything GTA related centers around Rockstar's upcoming Grand Theft Auto V, there's still a huge modding community hard at work on the next big ridiculous thing for Grand Theft Auto IV. One of those things happens to be a Voltron-style Bjorn Bot, courtesy of Lenhard the Austrian Assassin.