8-Bit Bastard and IGN created this amusing machinima of the opening title sequence from the classic Mike Judge animated series King of the Hill, using characters, environments and vehicles from Grand Theft Auto V.
There’s a chain-link fence by the airport in Grand Theft Auto V that appears to be pretty tricky to enter. But it turns out it’s not the fence that’s really the problem – it’s the gate that’s got an attitude.
We’ve always thought R2-D2 was a peace-loving little droid, but after seeing him on the streets of GTA IV laying waste to innocent civilians, we wonder if he’s got a little Dark Side in him after all.
It was only a matter of time before Rockstar would reveal its first look at GTA V. The city of Los Santos is brimming over with fast cars, fast women, gangbangers, derelicts, and shiny new graphics.
From YouTuber NinjaZ3R0 comes a Grand Theft Auto machinima featuring two detectives who go by
their own one of the detectives’ own rules, resulting in either bad-ass stunts or bad-ass injuries.
The Google map of Liberty City at fan site GTA4Net is already impressive, but their recent addition is plain mind-blowing: a Street View – of a fictional city! – made from nearly 80,000 screenshots.
(NSFW: Language) A car chase machinima by YouTube user darkheart13. Just when you think things can’t get any crazier, Niko and the cops top each other off with increasingly ridiculous tactics.
(NSFW: Language) Actually, we’re not quite sure if it’s friction that was lost in this tweaked copy of GTA IV, just that something essential was lost, turning the game into hell’s version of Frogger.