This week in Grand Theft Auto 5 mods: Star Wars, explosions, and also a deer.
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Just a month into its PC release, Grand Theft Auto V mods are here -- and they're weird, over-the-top and hysterical. Here are just a few of our favorite mods and instructions on how you can mod Grand Theft Auto V yourself.
Given how popular Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 has proven to be, we’re sure many gamers are wondering what exactly goes on behind the scenes, like how the game was conceived, how it was created, and so on. In fact the BBC was planning...Show More Summary
Rockstar Games and its parent company, Take-Two Interactive, have filed a suit against the BBC over the Grand Theft Auto docu-drama the network began filming last month. According to a statement Rockstar provided to IGN, the developer...Show More Summary
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Casting Harry Potter as our CEO? The nerve! A spat between the creators of Grand Theft Auto and the BBC has spilled over into a legal feud.…
Rockstar Games owner Take-Two Interactive today filed a lawsuit against the BBC, taking issue with the British broadcaster’s plans for a TV show based on the development of the popular Grand Theft Auto series. Titled Game Changer, the BBC revealed plans for the new show earlier in the year. Show More Summary
Game developer Rockstar and parent Take-Two Interactive say upcoming TV docudrama "Game Changer" infringes on the GTA trademark.
Take Two reports lack of "meaningful resolution" with BBC over Game Changer TV movie.
Image: Rockstar Games Take-Two Interactive, parent company of Grand Theft Auto developer Rockstar Games, has filed a lawsuit against the BBC over a dramatic, narrative feature the British network is currently producing about the making of Grand Theft Auto. Show More Summary
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Rockstar Games has filed a lawsuit against the BBC. This is because of the Beeb’s upcoming drama Game Changer, which details the early days of the studio and its hit Grand Theft Auto as well as the much-publicised conflict between Rockstar...Show More Summary
Superman may be an invincible alien force for good in all the movies and comics, but in the rough-and-tumble world of Grand Theft Auto V he's a clumsy oaf who can punch cars further than the average person throws a football. Just look at this lil' fella — he's a terror. Show More Summary
The BBC has been cooking up “Game Changer” for a while, the working title of a 90-minute drama focusing on Rockstar’s battle with US attorney Jack Thompson over the Grand Theft Auto series. The film has a cast, Bill Paxton will be Thompson, and Daniel Radcliffe is Rockstar President Sam [...]
When the BBC announced its plans to make a docudrama about Rockstar Games and the Grand Theft Auto franchise, we assumed it had the blessing of the games' creators. Not so. As IGN reports, Rockstar Games, via its publisher Take-Two Interactive, has filed a lawsuit against the British broadcaster over trademark infringement. Show More Summary
Rockstar Games has begun legal action against the BBC in response to Game Changer, the corporation's upcoming drama centred around Grand Theft Auto. The one-off 90-minute film is set to chronicle the rise of Rockstar and its battle with controversial lawyer Jack Thompson. Show More Summary
Take-Two and Rockstar Games have filed a trademark infringement suit against the BBC over the upcoming GTA TV drama Game Changer, which is based on the Grand Theft Auto developer. A statement issued to IGN by Rockstar states the suit was filed to ensure “trademarks are not misused in the BBC’s pursuit of an unofficial […]
Grand Theft Auto V's PC version doesn't have many super hero mods just yet. However, players can now become Superman thanks to a new fan creation.Click To Continue Reading
Videogame launches are hard. You need look no further than the release of SimCity, which shipped with unplayably broken DRM. Similarly, Battlefield 4 and Grand Theft Auto had seriously broken multiplayer on release. Even when games actually...Show More Summary