Developer Video Games Deluxe is making something new for Rockstar.
A new stunt out of GTAV looks like something out of a slapstick movie.
Life imitates art imitating life in this excellent but low-budget GTA V fan film.
Spoiler alert: the PC version of Rockstar’s magnum opus was totally worth the wait.
Steamspy stats suggest that a lot of people have bought GTA V for Windows.
Developer wanted to push the limits of every platform, but left PC to last to build on XB1 and PS4 foundation.
Fortunately it’s not a massive delay, and Heists on other platforms will be live long beforehand.
With less than two weeks to go before the last-announced release date, Rockstar pushes the game back another two months. Sigh.
And do other things like a bird, too. Watch out below!
Prepare to step back into CJ’s shoes, this time in 720p.
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Owners of (some) Windows Phone 8 phones rejoice: Microsoft and Rockstar have released Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for the following Windows Phone 8 phones: Nokia Lumia 1520, 1320, 822, 820, 810 and the HTC 8XT. This comes less than a month after San Andreas was released on the Google Play Store, and just two […]
If you tried to play GTA V Online in October, your guilt-gift reward is on its way.
This explains why Take Two Interactive has shipped almost 29 million copies to retail.
And PC gamers everywhere rejoiced in jubilation.
Sales of Rockstar’s magnum opus earn it more places in the record books.
All that stands between you and multiplayer mayhem is a 59mb update.