Grand Theft Auto V

The critically acclaimed and record-breaking open world, Grand Theft Auto V comes to a new generation.
EU & US Release date: 14 Apr, 2015
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Grand Theft Auto V Summary


Grand Theft Auto V Review

Patience is a virtue. Now let’s cap some fools and steal their ride.

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GTA V trainer lets you play god, also chimp

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This is why GTA V is on PC is the best. With the addition of a simple little mod, you can play as a chimp. Or a cat. Or basically any animal included in the game. It's called ScriptHook, and its Doctor_Dolittle> Doctor Doolittle options are just the tip of the iceberg.

Basically the trainer gives you full control over almost every aspect of the game, from physics to weather effects, to skins and cheats that make every bullet you fire explosive.

Nvidia provides in-depth "Graphics & Performance Guide" for Grand Theft Auto V

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Reflection MSAA? Don't bother. Nvidia has launched an extensive "Graphics and Performance Guide" for Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V. They cover every graphical configuration and explain exactly what they do in-game.

It's worth a read as you'll soon discover a few items on the list don't really need to be cranked all the way up. They also include an art's gallery worth of interactive comparisons between settings. Let the obsession begin!

GTA 5 PC patch fixes Windows Media Player bug

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Rockstar has released Patch 335.1 for the PC version of GTA V, fixing a strange bug that caused users without a copy of Windows Media Player on their system to be unable to install the game.

The patch also adds a new video card benchmark test option, and sorts out various other issues with the game and its accompanying video editor mode.

Modders find 'horses and zombies' in Grand Theft Auto V files

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The PC modding community has been busy pulling apart the once secure files of Grand Theft Auto V, and have discovered some material references to horses and the shuffling undead. Technically it does have a zombie already.

While the creative juices maybe flowing in the community, so far very little is possible to change in the game. We're not quite there yet adding in the superheroes and piano cars, but we're now a step closer.

Watch GTA V being played on the Virtuix Omni full-body motion controller

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Here, VR headsets are a bit old hat, aren't they? What you really need to do to experience true gaming satisfaction, is to strap yourself in to a full-body motion detector like the Virtuix Omni (ignoring the fact that it makes you look like a knock-off Terminator stuck on the production line).

Now that you can control your character through your own movements, what better game to choose for your virtual rampage than the recently released PC version of Rockstar's blockbuster crime sim Grand Theft Auto V?

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