(NSFW: Language)Whos Chaos and his friend try to hit one of their buddies with an RPG from increasingly long distances in GTA Online. Yes the last shot is impossible, but hating on that is like watching An Idiot Abroad for the scenery.
While we miss Satriale’s, Pizzaland and 97 cent gasoline, we have to say that 8-Bit Bastard’s machinima recreation of the opening of the HBO classic The Sopranos using Grand Theft Auto V is still pretty solid. Comparison video here.
John Chapman put together this faithful shot-by-shot remake of the classic truck/motorcycle chase sequence from Terminator 2: Judgment Day, using nothing but Grand Theft Auto V. It’s too bad there’s no T-1000 character in the game.
Brass Ballas and a group of Redditors used GTA V to recreate the epic train fight sequence from Skyfall. While you can’t get the same cars or characters in the game’s engine, it’s still an impressive effort. But where’s the excavator?
OBEY THE BEARD. YouTuber nonamesleft used Source Filmmaker to make a short music video for Obey the Beard by the comical heavy metal band Psychostick. Screw portable chargers, let’s all just grow beards.
(NSFW: Language) Filmmaker Stuart Neaverson used Grand Theft Auto V to make this short silent film about a routine robbery gone wrong. You should’ve listened to the man, miss. Plus the bags were empty.
What starts out as a cinematic drama turns out to be a silly piece of metafiction and an amusing animation within an animation. Disruption is YouTuber FineLeatherJackets’ entry for the 2013 Saxxy Awards.
The Pyro is asked to guard a crucial turret. Itching to go back to battle, s/he uses a toy for a proxy. One half of the Cremator’s Conscience stars in this cute Source Filmmaker machinima. Vote for it on the Saxxy Awards here.
Phantom Films created this cinematic using gameplay footage from BattleField 3’s Frostbite 2 graphical engine, setting a tension-filled battle against the backdrop of the Alborz mountains from the Armored Kill expansion pack.