The glorious, unimpeded march of technology continues ever on. Once again, we’re being gifted with a game that was a hallmark of technological limits in a bygone era, on devices we keep in our pants pockets. Next month, we’ll be able to play Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the go; and it’ll be even better than the original game. The mind boggles.
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!
Rockstar have pretty much ironed out all the issues they had with GTA V Online and are now ready to send out the first DLC of what I can only imagine is going to be a long line of added gameplay.
This is not good news for Rockstar. There have been many online money exploits that have rocked the in-game economy but at all times Rockstar has been saying they are working on it and can fix it. But some new information has come to light that implies they can’t fix it.
There are many ways to make money online in GTA V. You can slog through the missions and pick up cash or just find loopholes like this, or this or even this but what you can’t do any more is repeat easy pay-out missions as Rockstar has decided to gimp that feature.
Yes another glitch in Grand Theft Auto V online and again it is all about making more money. Now obviously making money is an issue in the game as the amount of these glitches that can be found is quite incredible.
Been a tad wary of getting into GTA Online? I don’t blame you. It’s been a clusterf$#k since day one for that service, with players losing items, characters and progression depending on which direction the wind was blowing. There’s a new patch out for the game though. Here’s what it will supposedly fix for you.
I’m currently massively addicted to GTA Online and our in house crew is growing nicely, come join us to help us on our way to world domination. But a new video has popped up today that has me worried that the game may soon be less enjoyable.
One of the strangest things at the moment is that the biggest game of the past couple of years, Grand Theft Auto V, is still to receive a PC release date. According to Rockstar there are no plans currently to bring GTA V to PC’s but we all believe that to be a lie - so the question is when will the PC master race get the game?
There are many things I wouldn’t mind being censored in GTA V to be honest; the over-abundance of the word "nigger" seriously gets to me after a while and raspberry jam is something that still disturbs me more than it should.
Gaming enthusiasts by and large haven’t noticed that the industry as a whole has been contracting for the past few years with sales in Britain being on a downward slope for an incredible 59 consecutive months. Yes nearly 5 years of a slow and steady decline has really started to get people on the inside of the industry to panic.
If there is something I’d like Rockstar to patch it is how you make money in GTA, some things are just so expensive and it takes so long to get that money if you aren’t a stock market whizz kid. Yes I get that it’s the same in real life but I don’t like real life in my gaming.
Many people are still struggling like heck to get in to a game of Grand Theft Auto Online. I’m one of them; I just can't get past that first tutorial race. I hate having to do the exact same thing over and over in games, so I’m not even going to bother until it’s all sorted and settled. For those of you desperate to jump in to an online game and kick it in Los Santos, help is at hand.
As most of you are aware, there are a few issues with Grand Theft Auto V’s online component; most notably that it’s just not working for a lot of people as Rockstar’s servers struggle to keep up with demand. They’ve now released a list of known issues, along with their assurances that they’re busy working around the clock to fix everything.
As with just about every hugely anticipated online game, Rockstar’s GTA Online has had a somewhat troubled launch. Many, like me, couldn’t even get in to a game, some managed to play in a very laggy environment and some, poor bastards, have even had their single player saves corrupted just by trying to play.