There have been many games with guns. There have been many games with cars. But guns that fire cars? Welcome to a new era.
Rockstar today released a new trailer for the upcoming PC version of GTA V, which comes out in two weeks. In the video, you can see what their gargantuan open-world game looks like while running at a buttery 60 frames-per-second.
I've been toying with the idea of purchasing an Ultra HD monitor since toying around with the enhanced resolution early last year. With the release of the first 4K screenshots of Grand Theft Auto V on PC, the time for toying is over.
The improved version of Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be out on November 18, according to the game's developer, Rockstar. The PC version will follow on January 27, 2015.
In 2013, next-gen consoles — previously the dominant fodder of the rumor mill — were announced and released. Many next-gen rumors turned out to be true — unpopular and confusing DRM policies were announced and reversed, launch titles were delayed, game resolutions differed. Yet these next-gen matters were not the only…
Los Santos is supposed to be a criminals' paradise, a place where the right crew, the right weapons and the right vehicles let you unlock as much money as you can earn. But a plague of hacking is clogging GTA Online's in-game economy with billions—maybe even trillions—of dirty dollars.
The calm, magical voice of Morgan Freeman—impersonated by Jason Stephens—makes us forget that GTA V is full of murder and turns Franklin's vacation in Los Santos into a peaceful tale.
Like many of the millions of Americans who got Grand Theft Auto V on or soon after its Sept. 17 release, I spent much of that first weekend in Los Santos, the game's fictional mega-metropolis. Having bought, binged on, and beaten the game, I can mouth my own oohs and ahs.
Most parents will never let kids go watch an R-rated movie. But, according to this video game retail veteran, they have no problem letting them play the M-rated—the game world equivalent to R-rated—Grand Theft Auto V. In fact, they're buying it for them. Good parenting, America!
Grand Theft Auto V is an incredibly detailed game. How detailed? Well, it features three protagonists: Three men with different lives, different outlooks, different incomes... and different cell phones.
Finally, Grand Theft Auto V is here. The Kotaku review says that this crime simulation game set in a fictionalized Los Angeles is truly amazing. The realism is exquisitely gritty, the attention to detail staggering, and the story is a roller coaster. Kids, remember that pretending to be a criminal is a lot of fun…
The level of realism and scale of next-generation games is staggering. This is Los Santos, the world of the fifth installment of the crime simulation game series Grand Theft Auto. It's truly as big and detailed as real-life Los Angeles, the city that inspired it.
The free-range crime simulation known as Grand Theft Auto V will give you 15 radio stations—all full of licensed songs—hosted by famous DJs, so you can sing along in your stolen car while driving from killing someone to robbing from someone else.
We had a hunch it was going to be possible, and, now, the people who rate video games are letting the cat out of the dimebag. You can smoke pot in GTA V, according to the Entertainment Software Ratings Board. That same group has offered a bunch of other mild spoilers for GTA V, if you're interested.