Snap Saturday: Ten Years of GTA V – A Snapmatic Retrospective

Snap Saturday: Ten Years of GTA V – A Snapmatic Retrospective

Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead. This week, in fact tomorrow marks ten years of the absolute behemoth that Grand Theft Auto V became. The first GTA game to introduce a parody of Instagram – Snapmatic, it was the first GTA game with

GTANet Annual Awards for 2021 are here!

GTANet Annual Awards for 2021 are here!

Daddy’s back, you bitches! After celebrating a new decade, losing medals, and skipping a year, the GTANet Annual Awards are finally making a return. Join us as we attempt to recognise the best and worst of GTAForums during 2021. Medals are also back, and who doesn’t love the chance of winning some shiny Internet points? Better late then never, we

GTAForums v4!

After years of waiting, GTAForums v4 is finally live.  A lot of things are different, a lot are the same, overall we tried to make it as close as possible to the GTAF experience you’ve grown used to. That said, with time new ways of doing things come along and we need to get on board with it, as much

Happy Holidays from GTAForums

We couldn’t send you all a Christmas card, so we had this virtual one made. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to all of our members and guests. Spread that love around and be safe! If you don’t celebrate Christmas, have a good Sunday, or if you really really hate it, have a scotch on us and go enjoy blasting some

GTAForums: Best Posts From May-July

If you’ve been on vacation like me, then you’ve no doubt missed out on a lot of quality discussion at GTAForums. And with over 25,000 new posts per week, it’s a lot to catch up on. Fear not, however, as ThirstyHyena has kindly put together a compilation of the best posts from May-July. If you have 12 minutes to spare, check it

GTA3Freak-2001 – 1984-2011

Today we were sadly informed about the death of Chris Carrick, aka GTA3Freak-2001, one of the community’s longest standing and most respected members. Chris was 27 when he died on Thursday. He had a disease called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. In the words of Chris’s brother, Matthew.. Chris said: When he spoke about this forum it sounded like he played a big role