Alas, a project to bring Red Dead Redemption to the PC using Grand Theft Auto 5 has come to a sad, yet predictable end. It appears developer Rockstar and publisher Take-Two didn't take the work of modding group White Team too seriously... that is, until it released a trailer. Shortly after the drop, the video disappeared from YouTube, followed by confirmation from White Team that it had been, er, contacted by Take-Two.
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Earlier this year I covered the GTA 5 community's attempt to find beta and cut content. Recently, that group hit the motherlode with images that give us a sense of how GTA 5 changed over development.
Video: The Enduro bike isn't the only suitable vehicle in GTA V for wild custom stunt maps. The Vespa bike might be sluggish, but when handled correctly it's a good choice for parkour maps as well.
Chop, no! What have they done to you! Some other classic shows and their openings already have GTA V versions, made with the Rockstar Editor and Director Mode, and thanks to YouTuber btz now Scooby-Doo has one too.
Using mods in multiplayer games is a contentious issue, especially if those mods are completely cosmetic. With the exception of a few games, field-of-view adjustments aren't going to bring the house down. Unless it's GTA V, in which case Rockstar might just ban you for two weeks, if you happen take your enhanced peripheral vision online.
There's no doubt that GTA V is going to look superb when it lands on PC in a few days. How superb, though, is completely dependent on the gruntiness of your machine. Rockstar's no slouch when it comes to providing players with options to tweak, but if you want all those sliders on "ultra", here are the specs the developer has in mind.
Are video games societal microcosms wherein deviant behaviour flourishes and spills into "real life"? Or are they just harmless fun in which nobody really gets hurt? This endless debate usually concerns violent games; so much so that many are now inured to the discussion. But a disturbing hack involving sexual assault in Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA5) threatens to achieve the impossible: swaying the opinion of gamers themselves.
It seems the launch week of a hotly anticipated game can't pass without a problem keeping some folks from playing. Several tips and complaints we've received, and a long forum thread backing them up, allude to a specific problem facing Grand Theft Auto V: the game appears to crash on older models of the Xbox 360.