Although Social Club has seen the introduction of several games over the years and multiple updates to GTA Online, it just feels like the website itself has been forgotten in time. In this article I will just focus on features I would like to see in the future to improve SC integration with GTAO. Property Management Why not become a
I know I know, you’re probably thinking “well we want GTA 6 now!”, and of course we do, but for that we need to keep practicing our patience for a little while longer yet. It’s in the slow cooker rather than the frying pan, and that has had me thinking about all the ‘loose ends’ that I’d like to see
Welcome to the latest edition of Sound Off, where we turn off the mics for a second, leave the simple and incomplete nature of 280 characters behind, and get down n’ dirty into the nitty gritty of things happening in the Rockstar world. This time, it’s the GTA+ subscription model released on Tuesday 29th March, which was, to say the
I suppose at this point an article of this nature doesn’t really need an introduction. We are all very well aware of how the GTA Trilogy Definitive Editions are being received, and the community’s perspective of how it was all handled. Kirsty put up a summary of events a few days ago that you should check out. In this piece
Boy howdy! It’s a make it or break it time for the GTA community as we anxiously wait to see what’s going to happen next. Will the patching of the game’s code cripple the thriving modification community? As a result of the Hot Coffee controversy, what’s going to happen to future installments of the Grand Theft Auto franchise? Nobody knows
If it smells like cheap hairspray and hails from Florida, chances are it’s Jack Thompson. And guess what? IT IS! Straight from the beaches of Miami comes everyone’s favourite anti-gaming attorney – you know the one. You’ve probably seen him on television, prattling on about how videogames are responsible for kids grabbing their daddy’s rifle and heading out to play cap-the-cop.