Time for a new game on Emotion Engineer - my Twitch channel dedicated to the PS2. And I have chosen what was probably the console’s most ambitious - Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.Read More
Grand Theft Auto wasn't the huge 3D universe of strip clubs, therapists and complex plots straight from your favourite crime shows. It used to be a top-down romp where you grabbed a weapon and took destruction to the flat streets of Liberty City. YouTuber Vojta Paul has created a real-life love letter to the times of old, by filming a game sequence through his own streets using a drone to recreate the top-down view.Read More
Rockstar Games have fed the hype machine surrounding Grand Theft Auto V, releasing a new batch of screenshots and details about the upcoming game.
Combine Toy Story with Grand Theft Auto, and you get a killing blow to the childhood. That is exactly what an online user has done, creating a character mod that puts Woody & Buzz Lightyear into Liberty City. It's every bit as creepy as you think.
The latest trailer for GTA V will be airing live here today at 4pm UK time. Since the first major trailer back in November 2011, anticipation for Rockstar Games' latest iteration to its blockbuster series has reached fever pitch.
The second official trailer for Grand Theft Auto V isn't the only entertaining free-roaming crime video this week. Director Gevorg Karensky has created a live action short film inspired by the series, simply called RISE.
GTA V might just be the most anticipated videogame ever, and that's quite a feat. But while news on Rockstar's latest has been drip-fed up to this point, tiding us over before another snippet of information becomes available, Game Informer has today answered some of the more pressing questions surrounding the game.
For many, it was the definitive Grand Theft Auto, a sprawling open-world action-adventure title that broke new ground and along with it, rival open-world game developers' hearts. A staple fixture within PS2's for quite some time, GTA: Vice City is now all set for smartphones, with iOS and Android versions on their way.
First, there was the official announcement trailer and a 'For Sale' sign alluding to a possible 24 May 2012 release date. Now, music magazine NME has stoked the fire for a possible May 2012 release launch with its own '20 Reasons To Be Excited For 2012' feature on its website.
Rockstar Games and GTA V take up the eighth spot, in which NME highlights how it expects “half the country to retreat indoors and draw the curtains in May when Grand Theft Auto 5 hits the shops”.
Essentially defining the sandbox genre, GTA III reaped huge praise at launch, despite the subsequent controversy it provoked from mainstream news outlets and the general public. Here was a game in which players could car-jack ordinary members of the public, commit atrocious acts of violence and have unsolicited sex with prostitutes – far from the delights of other games from that year; Pikmin, Sonic Adventure 2, Ico.
Minecraft has and always will be more about creativity than surviving crazed Creepers, deranged Skeletons and deadly cave-dwelling Spiders. With a user-base well in excess of four million, we’ve seen players invest countless hours in re-creating classic 8-bit games using stop-motion, building gargantuan models – the USS Enterprise is a particular favourite – and devising chip-tune remakes of popular music.
The signs. They're everywhere. One frame in particular has been identified, as a bystander hammers in a "For Sale" sign and the curb reads "2405." Put the two together, and you have one hell of a red herring.
Did you ever get that feeling, while watching the fantastic new trailer for Grand Theft Auto V, that you've seen some of the shots before? The plane flying away from the camera, the panning shot from the beach, most can be taken from the original San Andreas trailer...well some.
"Why did I move here?" A male voice asks. "Guess it was the weather." The countdown is over. The Grand Theft Auto V trailer went live a few minutes ago, and it reveals a lot...through revealing next-to-nothing at all.
After the massive announcement by Rockstar on Tuesday, it's fair to say that rumours have been rife as to what will occur in the trailer next week. This has caused so much of a stir that the stars of Rock have even decided to create a countdown; but this is no ordinary countdown, as you can see below.
Rockstar Games have splash-screened their website, officially confirming Grand Theft Auto V, with a trailer to come on November 2nd.
Two rumours have been rife surrounding GTA V:
The tenth anniversary of the first in a long string of heavily law-suited games will pre-empt the release of GTA's 3D debut on "select new generation iOS and Android devices" (translation: dual-core android phones, iPad 2, iPhone 4S only) this autumn.