GTAV Minigun

With games like Grand Theft Auto V, the line between video game and movie get more and more blurred.¬†Rockstar Games¬†long ago mastered blending cinematic storytelling with an immersive, interactive experience and their latest opus looks like it enhances the company’s approach. The game is set for release on September 17. Check out three new trailers, focused on characters named Michael, Franklin and Trevor, below. Read More »

Games are constantly trying to become more cinematic, but very few manage the trick. It takes a lot more than a widescreen aspect ratio and some lens flare to capture cinema in a gaming context, but the characters and deep storylines of the Grand Theft Auto games come closer than almost anyone else. The trailer for the fifth game in the series (well, the fifth officially numbered game; there have been many spin-offs and portable installments as well) tells us that this will be a return to the Los Angeles analog city Los Santos, as originally seen in the 2004 game GTA: San Andreas.

Have a look at Grand Theft Auto V below. Read More »