Tokyo 42, a self-described “lovechild” of Syndicate and Grand Theft Auto 1 developed by indie studio Smac Games, is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2017.
Come, sit with us by the pyre and talk of the games we love. See what I did there? It’s episode 120 of the MONG Podcast and one of the longest in a good while! Mainly because there’s a lot of Dark Souls III talk as well as talk of the PS5 and how it … Continue reading MONG Podcast 120 | Grand Theft Auto: Mushroom Kingdom
Today is March 10th, which can only mean one thing — the Grand Theft Auto V heists are finally available for players on PlayStation and Xbox!
Today, Rockstar announced that Grand Theft Auto V for PC has been delayed. The original release date was January 28th and it is now pushed back to March 24th. Rockstar has also released PC screenshots and requirements for the PC version.
Ever since the release of Grand Theft Auto V, fans have been waiting patiently, or impatiently, for the major reason for GTA Online; the ability to conduct heists in 4 player co-op. Now that wait is coming to an end. With a new trailer and an interview with IGN, Rockstar dished out on what will … Continue reading Rockstar Finally Reveals Grand Theft Auto Online Heists
Rockstar Games has revealed two customs Grand Theft Auto V consoles – one for PlayStation 4 and one for Xbox One.
WELCOME BACK TO LOS SANTOS Grand Theft Auto V was one of the best games to come out in 2013 and was a generation-defining experience for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners. With GTA V already selling more than 34 million copies on the previous generation, Rockstar hopes to continue the life of their most … Continue reading Grand Theft Auto V Review
When Grand Theft Auto Online launched on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 more than a year ago, players were drawn by the lure of completing high stakes heists with online pals like in Grand Theft Auto V’s single player campaign. More than 13 months of delays later, players are finally about to live out those … Continue reading A Year Later, Heists Coming “Soon” to Grand Theft Auto Online
Rockstar has released a new trailer for Grand Theft Auto V to show off the difference between the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 version of the game.
Rockstar has revealed the frame rate and resolution for Grand Theft Auto V on new-gen systems, and it looks absolutely stunning.