There are so many videos showing real life being imitated in Grand Theft Auto that it’s about time we see GTA get recreated in real life. This recreation is especially cool because it takes the classic GTA top down view of the old video game and stages scene with real people and real cars and real streets.
Montreal-based photographer Benoit Paillé spends hours looking for the right place, the right light and the right moment to take his beautiful landscape pictures without having to leave his apartment. He just wanders around, waiting for the perfect snapshot, in Grand Theft Auto.
The calm, magical voice of Morgan Freeman—impersonated by Jason Stephens—makes us forget that GTA V is full of murder and turns Franklin's vacation in Los Santos into a peaceful tale.
Like many of the millions of Americans who got Grand Theft Auto V on or soon after its Sept. 17 release, I spent much of that first weekend in Los Santos, the game's fictional mega-metropolis. Having bought, binged on, and beaten the game, I can mouth my own oohs and ahs.
It's official. Living in the world of GTA is way better than living in real life. Hell, the only thing real life had on being a criminal in Los Santos was gaspingly beautiful time lapse videos that would pop up every and now again to capture your attention and make you wonder why you can't see the world like that…
Good news for gender equality! You can be badass female criminal in the new Grand Theft Auto V Online. Bad news for gender equality! Badass female criminals wear tiny white tops and denim miniskirts.
Gran Theft Auto V made $800 million in 24 hours. People's reactions are being pretty nuts, even Conan O'Brien.
The college kids protesting in Istanbul are from Turkey's first big video game generation, and the language they're using on social media to describe the scuffles with police are straight out of Grand Theft Auto, the hyper-violent car crime game.