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  1. The love it or hate it GTA Online reaches - in active video game terms - the good old age of 4 this month and to celebrate this achievement Rockstar will be giving a generous $400,000 of in-game cash to players who log in from yesterday through to November 6th. And as this also falls at the same time as Halloween, the game will have plenty of spooky cosmetic extras to kit your character(s) out with, along with a new vehicle, adversary mode, bonuses and lots of discounts to take advantage of! Note: These don't all have the same times of availability, therefore check you get what you want before time runs out. This game just keeps on giving! :cool: http://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/60295/Celebrate-4-Years-of-GTA-Online-Halloween-Specials-GTA-400K-Giveaway-a
  2. It may have been delayed to Spring 2018 and we haven't heard much about it all this year but that can be forgotten as Rockstar have just dropped this glorious second trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2. New Story Trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 Debuts New Outlaw Hero, Spring 2018 Launch | USgamer New Red Dead Redemption 2 Trailer Released, But No Release Date Announced - GameSpot http://uk.ign.com/articles/2017/09/28/red-dead-redemption-2-is-a-prequel-story-details-new-protagonist-revealed
  3. Work, you damn nag! The internet may have went nuts due to a cyberattack earlier this week but before that, Rockstar made it go equally as ballistic with their casual drop of artwork, hinting strongly at something to do with a new ‘Red Dead’. Sticking to the typical Rockstar way of doing things, a couple of teaser images were released one after another on Sunday and Monday, then on Tuesday another image was dropped, this time with the title Red Dead Redemption 2 stamped on it, putting to rest what the next game in the series will be called. With a tentative release date set for ‘Fall 2017’ (that’s Autumn for everyone else) and text scrawled at the bottom about a trailer to come on Thursday the 20th the internet quite rightly went into a frenzy. The day of the trailer came and even though it is short and doesn’t show much about the story, we certainly got a damn good eyeful of how the game will look, and it is glorious. The previous RDR was a stunning looking game and this one will be no different in that regard. Unfortunately it looks like Rockstar enjoy angering the PC contingent of players though as the game has only been announced for PS4 and Xbox One at this time. Chances are good that there will be enhancements for the PS4 Pro and maybe we will also see something done for Microsoft’s Project Scorpio. But why ignore the PC? Optimists may think perhaps Rockstar are going to remaster the original RDR and have a complete collection out for PC a year or so after but if there is one thing known about that game it’s that it was basically cobbled together and is quite a mess, and so to redo a version for PC would be a momentous undertaking, however if there is one mob crazy enough to do so, you could easily imagine it to be Rockstar. It doesn’t take a genius to work out that the online aspect will be a huge focal point of the game either, GTA Online essentially prints money for Rockstar (as if the series doesn’t do that enough itself) and so expect to see that same sort of plan of action make its way to RDR2. And as long as the grind isn’t too much, I say, bring it on!
  4. Rockstar Red Dead-Pan Teaser Rockstar are the undisputed kings of the ‘drop it and leave’ tease with their titles, usually by the simple means of just a single image of the Rockstar logo itself in certain colours or style or with an update to their main website with the same imagery. And on this Sunday which is meant to be a day of calm and relaxation, they go ahead and show off a single image of a dark and worn Rockstar ‘R’ on a very red background in a totally dead-pan way. Making us and the rest of the gaming internet crowd think this can only mean one thing: the sequel (perhaps prequel?) to Red Dead Redemption is coming! UPDATE://1 - New image posted by Rockstar. The original game was for a lot of people the game of the last generation (though PS3 did struggle a bit more in parts), bringing an unbelievable setting, well-thought out story and giving players plenty to do and see. Often referred to as a Grand Theft Auto set in the Wild West, the gameplay mechanics did take inspiration from the GTA series but it also did a lot of things itself and introduced people to an absolute hate of Cougars they never knew they had. Riding along that vast open world on your horse, coming across bandits, strangers and finding story paths that went where you never really expected was a joy to experience and as usual, the writing and voice acting was superb. Multiplayer was also complete chaos and provided some of the best gaming scenarios and moments you could ever hope to find. Yes there was your typical modes but the real cheesecake of the online aspect was grabbing yourself a posse and just going looking for trouble or hunting it down. There was the Undead Nightmare expansion which was essentially another full game in its own right and brought a real good sense of running for your life and had you choosing when to use your guns wisely because ammo was fairly sparse. It will be a huge task to follow on from RDR but if anyone can do the sequel thing right, it is Rockstar. Had you been following news in regards to the company you may feel a bit worried that some key personnel (the Benz!) have vacated who seem integral to the success of some of their games but in reality it cannot be all down to one person can it? And the PC folks can probably be optimistic that this one will be heading to their platform this time, unlike the former. UPDATE://1 - Posted Oct 17th, 2016 @ 13:55 pm GMT
  5. Low Rider, High Spender GTA V has been out for a while, but luckily Rockstar decides to update the game once in a while with new content and challenges to make you visit Los Santos again. This time, a new FREE DLC has been released with a strong focus on vehicles. Before we look at the DLC, a warning might be in the right place here for those who play on Xbox 360 or PS3. Rockstar already announced a while ago that they would eventually stop bringing new content to those two consoles because of their hardware capacity. Well, that time has come. From this DLC onwards, you’ll need the PC, Xbox One or PS4 version to play with the new content. Enough about limits, back to possibilities. Enter Strawberry, a lower-class industrial and residential area in Los Santos. Few people live here though, industry rules most of the property here and whoever does live here most likely had no choice. But we’re not interested in Franklin, or whoever lives here, we’re interested in somebody who bought a big building so he could spray the front of it with bright colors, fancy letters and weird characters. His name is Benny, and he is the new customizer in town. You will be introduced to Benny and his shop by Lamar. He will call you to do a mission which starts and ends at Benny’s Original Motor Works. After that introduction, there will be more missions Lamar will have ready for you to invest in ammo for. Benny’s Original Motor Works is a new shop that specializes in low-riders. Don’t look for racing kits or off-road enhancements, this is not Los Santos Customs. What you can buy from Benny looks special and sounds special. [caption id=attachment_3330" align="alignnone" width="800] Meet Benny, the new customizer in Los Santos[/caption] Benny likes to keep his work exclusive though, and you can reach exclusivity easily through two factors: availability and pricing. Yep, it’s not available for every car. Benny's first principle of exclusivity teaches that he only works on 6 cars of which 2 are new: the Declasse Moonbeam (with sliding doors!) and the Willard Faction (Buick Regal GNX). The 4 existing ones you can customize are the Vapid Chino, Albany Primo and Buccaneer and Declasse Voodoo. The cars can be bought through Benny’s own website for prices from $5500 to $225,000. [caption id=attachment_3326" align="alignnone" width="800] All 6 cars you can customize in Benny's shop.[/caption] Then comes the fun and slightly awkward bit. You can’t just drive in and upgrade. Nope, Benny needs a custom vehicle base to start with, hence why you have to upgrade the car to a 'Custom' version. This is where you meet Benny’s second principle of exclusivity: prices that make you pull your hair out. Although in all honesty, Benny prefers cash or credit cards rather than hair. [caption id=attachment_3321" align="alignnone" width="800] Yep, you have to spend this money before customizing a car.[/caption] After upgrading your car to a Custom version, which adds stuff like new wheels and a base hydraulics system, you can start customizing the car. The DLC has added over 30 new wheels which are only available through Benny’s shop, as well as a lot of new ways to change your ride. Liveries with pin-striping and complex graphics, improved sound systems, various interior options, bobbleheads, hydraulics and even a set of wheels the LNER Mallard engineers could only dream of. You don’t have to choose Benny’s low-rider wheels though, all the other wheels in the game are also available to choose, including custom tires (several types of whitewalls!) and the big color choice for the rims. [caption id=attachment_3325" align="alignnone" width="800] Steam engines would be happy to get those[/caption] [caption id=attachment_3319" align="alignnone" width="800] You can change interior designs and colors.[/caption] [caption id=attachment_3320" align="alignnone" width="800] One of the optional hydraulic systems[/caption] [caption id=attachment_3318" align="alignnone" width="800] Engines can be fitted with valvecovers, turbochargers and airfilter housings.[/caption] Thankfully the DLC is not just pure low-rider parts, but a combination of new content, fixes and new features. The Interaction menu has been expanded and now allows for instant purchase of ammo. No body armor though, that you will still have to buy at your authorized Ammunation retailer. There are 2 more new features in the interaction menu, both vehicle related. You can now get out of the car, turn the engine on, turn the headlights on and even choose the radio channel that should be played. All of that as a bit more immersion for the low-rider show-off. You can also open doors, trunks and bonnets, all at a time or independently from each other. That way you can actually show those engraved air filter housings, or that neon-illuminated sound setup. And for a change, these features are not just exclusive to the 6 low-rider cars… [caption id=attachment_3322" align="alignnone" width="800] An example of a custom Primo[/caption] [caption id=attachment_3331" align="alignnone" width="800] Opening cars remotely works on all vehicles you own.[/caption] In addition, the DLC now allows you to own a fourth property. Don’t mix this up with an actual new mansion or something being added, you can just buy a fourth apartment or garage from the ones already available. In my opinion this is a neat DLC but at the same time perhaps a frustrating one. At least let’s put it this way: you have reasons to spend in-game money again. The available options for the 6 cars Benny will work on come in huge numbers so there’s always a combination you’ll like. It’s nice to own four properties now and the Inventory allowing you to buy ammo directly is a useful support in those tight situations. At the same time though, I wonder why Rockstar went so far with all those customization options only to limit it to 6 cars. They also chose a weird combination of those 6 vehicles since there is a van in Benny’s list but not a Tornado or Peyote. I’m also sure a lot of owners of sports cars and luxury cars would like to change the interior colors or add some new engine parts. Maybe this is something that will be added later, if the Banshee, Peyote and Cheetah in the shop are anything to go by. Happy Halloween! The Low-rider DLC also prepared GTA Online for the just-released Halloween update. This adds 2 more vehicles: the Franken Stange hotrod and the Lurcher Hearse. Note that these two are cars for Los Santos Customs, so don’t expect Benny to do his magic on these. The update also adds dozens of new masks and facepaints as well as a flashlight which can be bought from Ammunation. Yes, it’s a weapon too, one strike to the head takes half your health away. [Ed - guess you could say it makes you light-headed!] The Low-rider DLC and the Halloween DLC are free updates for GTA Online only and is for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
  6. As you may know GTA Online is offline right now for "maintenance", though a more fitting term would probably be "cleaning-up", as Rockstar has just recently posted on their website about how they are aiming at the cheaters and exploiters who have been dishing out hundreds of millions and even billions to players. They also clarify what will happen to those of us who innocently received the money and how they are removing the "game-breaking" amounts of $GTA cash. Thanks - Taking Aim at GTA Online Cheaters | Rockstar Games What do you think of this? I know I didn't feel the need to do Jobs and such due to the money and the amount of tanks roaming around made it somewhat annoying and chaotic, but yet fun at the same time. So I don't know how I feel either way.
  7. Take2 Interactive have just not long revealed that in a little over six weeks that Grand Theft Auto V has sold near to the 29 MILLION mark!! That's absolutely insane, incredible and mad at the same time. It clearly deserves a lot of sales due to how good it is but my god those figures on just two consoles are absolutely mind-blowing!! :shocked: http://ir.take2games.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=86428&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1869835&highlight=
  8. UPDATE 3: Installing the "Play" disc to a USB Flash Drive solves this issue. The link below to Eurogamer.net confirms that installing the "Play" disc to a USB Flash Drive will work if you don't want to play the disc or hate the jet engine noise the console makes when spinning a disc. UPDATE 2: Video shows the reasoning UPDATE: Digital Foundry chimes in. Original: Rockstar has warned Xbox 360 players of GTA V to not install the "Play" disc. There is two discs, a mandatory install and a "Play" disc and the latter is the one they are recommending not to install. via Eurogamer.net
  9. Rockstar officially released the GTA V cover art and it happily continues the tradition of having a helicopter in the top left. :D [media=twitter]319072023135535104[/media]
  10. Houser Bros Dazzle With Secrecy Just like the usual proceedings of Rockstar, information about Grand Theft Auto 5 has been limited, to say the least. So far over a dozen screenshots and two trailers have been released over the course of not much but a year. Tight lipped as always, this should come as no surprise to those who have been long-time fans of the gaming franchise. To this date we know little of the plot, other than it involves money (which GTA game doesn't?) and it has not one, but three main characters. Ever a new spin put on an old favourite by the group over at Rockstar. It's an effective strategy, every time a single screenshot is released, the fans squeal with delight and start to deduce (much like Mr. Holmes himself) the great possibilities that this game could hold. From what we've seen thus far out of the screenshots and trailers, we can look forward to the very things that made Grand Theft Auto a household name. Planes and Jets make their return in the world of San Andreas and with the immense landscape that Rockstar has created, you're going to need them. We've also seen the return of bicycles, which were a popular favourite in the classic San Andreas, which still has a massive following. What we saw with GTA IV was a massive change in the landscape of what Grand Theft Auto had to offer us; we saw a new graphics engine, new physics, in fact the whole game was brand new. Long gone were the days of running over hookers or chainsawing someone in half during your stay in Vice City. The humility of the previous-gen games had shed it's shell and we stood staring at a much more serious, grown up Grand Theft Auto. GTA V seems to fix the problem that most gamers had with IV, it brings back some of the classic arcadey-ness that gamers loved from the previous gen, combining it with the best of what GTA IV had to offer. If this artwork and those to follow are any indication, the gaming industry will be alight when this game finally hits shelves sometime during Spring of this year. Will Rockstar make their usual decision of delaying their game to perfect it? Or will we actually be playing GTA V before E3 even arrives on our screens? Time will tell and until then, I'm sure the gaming community doesn't mind waiting for what will certainly be the Game of the Year. All artwork currently available for download at Rockstar Games website.
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