Grand Theft Auto V modder JulioNIB has revealed his latest script, and it’s Thanos, complete with the reality-altering Infinity Gauntlet. Players can use the game’s weapon toggle screen, but rather than weapons, you can choose between the Reality, Space, Power, Time, Mind or Soul Stones. Continue reading for seven more videos and information.
In a few months, we may all forget about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall debacle, but for now, everyone, including Grand Theft Auto V modders, are getting their punches in. This version of the game replaces the sticky bomb with the handset, and can be picked up directly from the game’s weapons store. In the cabinet next to some heavy guns sits the Galaxy Note 7, though slightly resembling the Note 5 more. Once players make the purchase, you can use the device wreak all kinds of havoc in typical “GTA”-style fashion. In all seriousness, let’s just hope that Samsung does manage to replace all faulty devices within the next few months, or some of these scenarios could actually become reality. Click here to view the first image in this week’s geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video explaining how advanced aliens would need to be to contact us.
Grand Theft Auto: RISE, a stunning short film by Gevorg Karensky, shows what a live-action movie based on the series would look like. The audio engineering is superb in this video, so we highly recommend you wear a nice pair of headphones for the full experience. Continue reading to see more.
Grand Theft Auto V is basically set in fictional Los Santos in the state of San Andreas and its surrounding areas, based on modern-day Los Angeles and Southern California. You’ll see the Griffith Observatory, Echo Park, The Forum, and much more in the trailer. Pre-order page. Continue reading for the video, screenshots, and additional information.
As of September 2011, Grand Theft Auto 4 has sold a whopping 22-million copies, and that means all the more chances for bloopers and glitches to be found by gamers. Machinima has rounded up some of the funniest for your viewing enjoyment after the break.
If Rockstar existed during the NES’s golden days, this is how Grand Theft Auto might have looked. It features lots of gore, weapons, and even a Tanooki suit for some reason. Continue reading for the College Humor parody.
As ridiculous as the fake GTA was, the commercial freaked me out. It’s unbelievably dumb, but kids, this really was how we rolled.
For $800.00 on eBay, you could land this rare GTA4 Xbox 360 console, limited to just 500-units worldwide. According to the seller, it “features the classic GTA IV Montage screened on the TOP AND BOTTOM of the console.” Auction page. Click here for first picture in gallery.
This Xbox console is part of an exclusive promotion between Microsoft and Rockstar Games. They created these limited editon 360 consoles to promote the launch of the GTA IV game.
Not just another GTA expansion, The Lost and Damned adds mid-mission checkpoints, pipe bombs, a grenade launcher, and sawed-off/automatic shotguns to the game. It’s available now through Xbox Live. Continue reading for the full video review.
Rockstar has just released a new Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost and Damned trailer, titled “Business is Business”. What makes this one stand out is its guest appearances, most notably Niko Bellic. Continue reading to watch.
Rockstar has just released a new Grand Theft Auto 4: The Lost and Damned trailer, depicting its main character: Johnny Klebitz. You’ll still see Niko Bellic, but only as a background character. Continue reading to watch.