It’s finally happening! Heists are confirmed in the next GTA:Online update!
Where there’s a big game involved, there’s some big money involved. As well as a lawsuit or two. GTA V has already been hit with several and bounced back, leaving Lindsay Lohan looking even more desperate than usual. The latest court case for the hit game? One that involves the mob. Capisce?
By now, most of the GTA Online kinks have been worked out, and I’m not just saying this because I happen to have hundreds of thousands of virtual dollars in the bank account of my main character. So with summer here, and the actual environment being too damn hostile to endure for the average gamer, what’s a beach bum to do? Go to a GTA beach party, that’s what!
There’s nothing in life that can’t be solved by throwing more money at it. And that’s why Waterworld won the Oscar for Bestest Movie Ever Shut Up You Guys. GTA Online has had a troubled start so far, and while Rockstar is working on a solution, it’s offering some money to tide the masses over with, in the form of a virtual stimulus package. But you’ll need to wait for that cash to appear.
By now, most of you will have finished the mammoth single-player campaign of GTA V, and are probably swearing at your TV screens right now about getting into GTA Online. So when is the sequel coming out? Well, don’t expect it for quite a while yet, as Rockstar is pretty much focused on plenty of ideas for the current game right now.
One of the benefits of working right next to a set of consoles is that I can check out online goodies at the drop of a hat. One of the downsides of doing work on a laptop that has gone full retard though, is that I can’t get that content up very quickly sometimes. Anyway, here’s the first 15 minutes of GTA Online.
You’ve got questions. I get that. When, how and why for starters when it comes to GTA Online. Well I’ve got the answers for you right below. Also, ignore the fact that I’ve been kicking your digital corpse in the ribs for half an hour now.
It’s a new month, and what better way to get into the summer spirit than to stay indoors and play some GTA V? GTA Online launches later today. Here’s how you’ll be able to unlock content with not just cash, but with reputation points.
I think it’s safe to say that by now, GTA V might just be one of biggest games of the year. We’ve played it, loved it and reviewed it. And that’s without even indulging in the online side if the game. Here’s some more details on that mode, straight from Rockstar.
Grand Theft Auto is a title that everyone knows. It’s the name of a series of games that helped define a generation, and in the 12 years since the third core game in the series helped push gaming into a larger spotlight.
Nothing brings gamers together like the chance to rob a bank, play as a violent sociopath with staggering anger management issues or take your Rottweiler for a walk. GTA V has all that, and more. I’m digging the game, I truly am. But of course, the game has critics. Because something this big just has to have an ulterior motive. Or at least some excuse to slap a tinfoil hat on for.
All the interest is around GTA V at the moment and as it should be, this is the biggest game of this, and any other, generation and so there are a lot of eyeballs glued to its numbers.
GTA V may be a murder simulator with fast cars and loose morals, but at the heart of it all, it’s always been about one thing: Money. There are plenty of ways to make some fast cash in GTA V. But this method might just be the easiest way to keep your bank balance happy and full.
Ask anyone who has worked on a big budget game, and they’ll tell you that nothing is more important than first week sales. That’s where the bulk of the profits will come from, as a crowded marketplace and a second-hand environment only have so many days with which to turn a profit. And GTA V just turned a profit so ludicrous, it’s almost as criminal as its three lead characters.
Much to my own surprise, considering just how little I enjoyed GTA IV, I am digging the heck out of GTA V. It’s just more vibrant less gritty, and decidedly more fun. What Rockstar has managed to wrought with the current consoles is quite frankly staggeringly impressive – but you can’t help but wonder what a next generation GTA would be like.