Grand Theft Auto 5 Features
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While it shares some similarities, the play is the thing.
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Join Jeremy as he plays the PlayStation 4 remaster of GTA V very, very wrong.
Grand Theft Auto V adds a first-person mode in its remaster, which steps onto territory occupied by Ubisoft's Far Cry series.
Meet the combat photographers risking virtual life and limb to document violence in Grand Theft Auto Online.
MachineGames sidesteps modern trends, but will their gambit pay off?
You'd be hard-pressed to find a better example of gaming's ability to squander something wondrous on mean-spirited pettiness than the latest GTA. And that's OK.
Despite its emphasis on crime, conflict, and violent means to ends, television's most critically acclaimed show doesn't lend itself to a game adaptation.
The open-world fun of GTA V calls for a feature not found on current-gen consoles.
GTA V has attracted its fair share of criticism since launch, but what are its positive qualities?
Eurogamer's Chris Donlan channels Martin Amis' assertion that "comedy is the only genre left standing" and examines GTAV through that lens.
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