Grand Theft Auto 5 News
R.E.A.L. might be as close as you can get to visiting Los Santos in person.
Larry Lawton's not too impressed with Lester Crest.
Ten of the top 15 games were Call of Duty.
Sony is dropping prices as game streaming and subscription competition heats up.
Strauss Zelnick seems optimistic about dev costs for Scarlett and PS5.
In the immortal words of CJ: here we go again.
Just remember: the house always wins.
A new ray tracing mod breathes new life into Grand Theft Auto 5.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey, and Skyrim VR, and Grand Theft Auto 5 also took home awards.
Take-Two wins a legal victory in the ongoing fight against cheaters.
Celebrate the Year of The Pig.
The GTA 5 train isn't stopping.
Celebrate Grand Theft Auto Online After Hours with a new music video.
Remember, drink responsibly.
PlayStation only I'm afraid.
Take Two and Rockstar are riding high on a fancy car full of cash.
Kratos in Los Santos
More like Game of the Last Four Years Edition.
Here's what Earth might look like if Goku wasn't bopped on the noggin as a baby.
Since there's no Black Panther game...yet.
Can GTA Online continue the momentum from 2017?
Commit some heists, save the world.
Does the latest financial earnings report from Take-Two point towards an industry future?
In hardware news the Nintendo Switch won August 2017.
The Battle Royale craze spreads to GTA with Motor Wars
Yee-haw! I love me some ambiguity!
"Ground Control to Major Tom: F**k you."
OpenIV is gearing up for a comeback.
One enterprising group is modding the original Red Dead Redemption inside of Grand Theft Auto V.
Valve announces the Steam best-sellers of 2016. The list probably won't surprise you.
Take-Two continues to make strong profits of the back of NBA and GTA.
Rockstar's outlined the roadmap for the coming months in its open-world multiplayer title. Heists are still coming, supposedly.
The Last of Us, Grand Theft Auto V and Tearaway win big at the industry's classiest awards.
Expect the new toolset in an upcoming update to the open-world crimeathon.
Rockstar has begun delivering its $500,000 apology for GTA Online's launch issues.
Now the launch woes have settled down somewhat, Rockstar's ready to look forward to where GTA Online is going next.
GTAV's ambitious online mode's still struggling.
Grand Theft Auto Online has been revealed. Is the new multiplayer mode a worthwhile move by Rockstar?