Does Homeland Security have a sense of humor? This is Liberty City, the Grand Theft Auto inspired “urban obstacle course” where the department tests drones for potential public safety applications.
Sometimes, you have no choice but to fight fire with fire.
There have been many games with guns. There have been many games with cars. But guns that fire cars? Welcome to a new era.
There are so many videos showing real life being imitated in Grand Theft Auto that it’s about time we see GTA get recreated in real life. This recreation is especially cool because it takes the classic GTA top down view of the old video game and stages scene with real people and real cars and real streets.
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.
Montreal-based photographer Benoit Paillé spends hours looking for the right place, the right light and the right moment to take his beautiful landscape pictures without having to leave his apartment. He just wanders around, waiting for the perfect snapshot, in Grand Theft Auto.
It's official. Living in the world of GTA is way better than living in real life. Hell, the only thing real life had on being a criminal in Los Santos was gaspingly beautiful time lapse videos that would pop up every and now again to capture your attention and make you wonder why you can't see the world like that…
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.
After the enormous map for Grand Theft Auto V leaked online, the Internet has had a ball geeking out on the render of Los Santos and Blaine Counties. The geography is based on the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles, but to give you an idea for how big the city really is in real life , Reddit user fakeitlikeyoumakeit…
If you don't want to bang down ten notes for the full-fat Chinatown Wars iPhone app, this free "Lite" version is worth checking out. It provides a good taste of the Nintendo DS game, with the first three missions playable.
The iPhone's got its first GTA title, and it looks pretty great. As teased before, this is a top-down GTA, and it's a near-direct port of the Nintendo DS version, albeit with better graphics, and more awkward controls.
A 14-year-old boy's mother had enough with her son's gaming over the weekend. After turning off the console hoping he would stop gaming, she called police to ask for their help in solving her son's "addiction."
The good news: Rockstar Games is bringing an installment of Grand Theft Auto to the iPhone. The possibly good, possibly terrible news, depending on your tastes: It's going to be a top-down affair. iPhone-owning GTA fans of various vintages, fight!
Kotaku's put their game of the year awards up, and it's a pretty good start to building your gaming collection if you've just gotten an Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii over the holidays.
Just when we thought we couldn't love GTA IV more, they go and make this Apple parody. You can see it when you go into an internet cafe. We think it reflects quite truthfully on the Apple audience, don't you? Now excuse me while I call up my publisher to line up a How to Do Everything with Your iFruit Phone. [TUAW]
Even Google Maps is getting in on GTA IV fever, making an online version of the map that came with the game. In a way, it's much better than the paper map because you can click on and off different points of interests (missions, restaurants, safe houses, gun shops) and know where you're going. What with Google mapping…
GTA IV, supposedly the biggest thing in the history of modern electronic entertainment, has been leaked on the internet. If you're one of the lucky ones with a modded 360 and a copy of the game, disconnect from Live before you play it. Rockstar is watching out for people who go online with these before they're…
Grand Theft Auto IV is coming, and with it Microsoft are dropping an awesome, limited edition, Xbox Elite console, which features GTA branding all over. The gaming beast will not be launched to the public, but instead will be given away as press kits to promote the new title, which kinda sucks. Only 500 units will be…
Kotaku is all over the breaking news that the Entertainment Ratings Safety Board has rescinded its rating for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and urged retailers to stop selling the game. The move is the latest fallout from the Hot Coffee mod (an explicit sex game hidden inside GTA:SA, for those just joining the story).…