JulioNIB of GTA X Scripting created a Grand Theft Auto V mod that adds Iron Man in Mark III armor to the game (shown here going on a rampage). Support JulioNIB’s future mods by contributing to his Patreon. via Polygon
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A script and model mod for Iron Man is being worked on by a popular modder in the scene known as JulioNIB. He's done some previously high-profile work before when it comes to modding GTA V (such as implementing the Just Cause 2 grappling hook into the game) but now he's elevating his game with the ability to fly around and blow stuff up as Iron Man.Click To Continue Reading
If you ever wanted GTA to be more like Skyrim the GTA RPG mod is the one thing that will turn that wish into a reality. The recently released script adds leveling up, multiple dialogue trees, skills and character customization to the offline GTA V experience.Click To Continue Reading
Chest burst, hand missiles, floating/flight, rocket punches, bullets dinking off the suit -- this isn't just a cool costume mod. Seems suitably over-powered, but also like a better Iron Man game than most of the licensed tie-ins I've ever seen. Also him getting hit by the car made me laugh out loud. [Viia Eurogamer]
You will soon be able to play as Iron Man in Grand Theft Auto 5. Well, in the PC version, at least. The Avenger-adding mod is the work of Brazilian coder JulioNB, who previously added the superhero into GTA4. Iron Man flies, hovers, punches cars, fires missiles - mostly everything you'd expect the movie version to do. Show More Summary
Grand Theft Auto 5 has a couple of useful official apps, but they’re nothing compared to Oisin O’Neill’s interactive and searchable GTA V map. The map has over 2000 locations separated into 50 categories, which you…
Best Buy to sell the Apple Watch, China lifts ban on games consoles, Twitter fails to laugh at stolen jokes, Triller makes music videos look easy, mapping Grand Theft Auto V, and droning on about that drone rescuing a drone. Apple Watch Lands at Best Buy Best Buy is set to start selling the Apple Watch at its retail stores across the United States. Show More Summary
Grand Theft Auto V is a game of crime and wild escapades. But none of its cast is more prone to chaos and destruction---and that mad, intangible quality that's the mark of a true psychopath---as Trevor. In many ways, he's the (possibly gay, possibly Canadian) GTA counterpart to DC Comics' Joker. While [...]
The the psychopathic behaviour, the lovable streak that endures in spite of it, the manic laughter...Grand Theft Auto V’s Trevor and The Joker are brothers from another mother. Read more...
Grand Theft Auto V really seems like the gift that keeps on giving. The latest present? An unofficial map app (Android, iOS and web) that's been updated with collectibles locations from the current-gen releases like Peyote plants that let you play as sharks, eagles and more -- yes, flying around as a bird of prey is bizarre as it sounds. Show More Summary
King of the Hill meets Grand Theft Auto V in this hilarious theme song remake! [IGN] The post The “King of the Hill” Intro Recreated in GTA V [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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.
King of the Hill meets Grand Theft Auto V in this hilarious theme song remake. From IGN
8-Bit Bastard and IGN have teamed up to recreate the opening credits to Mike Judge‘s animated television series King of the Hill in the popular video game Grand Theft Auto V. The original King of the Hill intro for comparison: via Geekologie
Rockstar recently issued a new title update for PC gamers playing Grand Theft Auto V. The update addresses issues in GTA V and the GTA Online portion of the game after players reported frame-rate issues occurring after the original update went live.Click To Continue Reading
This is a video from IGN of the King Of The Hill intro recreated using Grand Theft Auto V's editing system. It is significantly more lifelike than the original. That's probably because the original is a cartoon. Keep going for the video.
Rockstar Games claims to have fixed the PC performance issues introduced in the Grand Theft Auto V’s most recent patch, and while it’s not doing anything to ban offline mods, it warned that mods could cause unexpected problems. Read more...
"We are not actively targeting players using mods, nor are we explicitly implementing protections against them,” said Rockstar.
Rockstar has released a new patch for the PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5 that fixes a frame-rate issue caused by a previous update tied to GTA Online. Some players had found that after updating GTA 5 to 1.28 on PC they were getting a considerably lower frame-rate while playing GTA Online. Show More Summary