The much-hyped and long-awaited arrival of GTA: San Andreas’ on Xbox One backwards compatibility is here, but not without its fair share of issues.
For the millions of others that played it relentless just as I did, the original Grove Street will always, always be home.
One of the greatest games of all-time is finally joining the growing list of games on Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list.
Epic’s competitive behemoth in Fortnite: Battle Royale, is taking the industry by storm, and it has some of gaming’s juggernauts firmly in its sights.
Many a crafty modder is always looking for ways to improve the GTA V experience.
Let’s take a look at some of the best — and most ridiculous — GTA fan theories floating about.
It’s official: GTA Online has completely lost its marbles. In the best possible way.
In a game all about being as bad-ass, violent and crooked as possible, it’s somewhat ironic that you can be punished for … well, being all of those things.
The first update for the newly-released GTA Online: Bikers introduces two new vehicles — the BF Raptor, and the Western Daemon Custom motorcycles — and a sixth purchased property slot.
It’s been out for 151 weeks, but Grand Theft Auto V is still the most popular game in the UK.