The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online

The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online

Rockstar released an amazing new trailer for Grand Theft Auto V, revealing for the first time what online gameplay will be like. That is basically an entirely separate, ambitious entity.

And what else could follow such a reveal but yet another roundup of YouTube comments culled by Tumblr site gtatrailercomments. So here are some of the more ridiculous ones for you.

Knowing Rockstar, it wouldn't be surprising to see one or two of these in some form in the final game.


The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online
The Internet Reacts Stupidly/Hilariously To Grand Theft Auto Online

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    What's with all the Watchdogs v GTA5. Sure they're both open world but besides that completely different.

      Internet People can only like one thing at a time, and anything that is seen even remotely as some sort of equivalent or competitor is automatically the worst thing in the world, regardless of merit. See also PS3 vs. 360, Avengers vs. Batman 3, Tennant vs. Smith, COD vs. Halo.

    These are a little funnier than the ones posted yesterday

    http://www.kotaku.com.au/2013/08/another-gta-v-trailer-more-gta-v-trailer-comments/

    Last edited 17/08/13 10:26 am

    You'd think the article authors would pay attention to see if anything they're about to post has already been posted.

      It would be great, wouldn't it?

      Mark posted them yesterday, these were posted by a Kotaku US writer, they don't actually come to Kotaku AU, their stuff just gets pushed across to here :)

        What a horrible system!

          Yeah, usually Mark would fix this, but he doesn't work Kotaku on weekend, that's Logan who is the weekend editor, but he's also responsible for the sister sites, LifeHacker & Gizmodo, so yeah.

    I was kind of expecting something a bit more...original

      They're Youtube comments, you might have positioned the bar a little high up there.

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