Sunday, 20 November 2011

GTA5 First Screenshots

They are actually not, but a very well made photomanipulations by a Slovakian deviantART member. Considering that the latest Grand Theft Auto game will be set back in Los Santos, where San Andreas was, and the immaculate quality of those fakes, they can very well be mistaken for GTA5 beta screenshots.


Sunday, 13 November 2011

Grand Theft Auto V Wallpaper

A member speedgamer01 at Windows Seven Forums message board made a very imaginative Grand Theft Auto V wallpaper. It's simple, it's original and it looks cool.

To see the full 1920 x 1080 size, simply click on the image.


Friday, 11 November 2011

Grand Theft Auto IV Finale

It's been a while, but luckily for us Patrick Brown never seize to impress the hell out of people with his Grand Theft Auto masterstrokes. His latest and most likely the last GTA IV fanart entitled 'Grand Theft Auto IV Finale' was Patrick's way saying goodbye to GTA IV. At least for now.
FINALLY! Wow that took forever to do, with work being pretty busy and other work too I found it very hard to have a good drawing session where I could focus on this all at once. But here it is, I'm glad I stuck to it, you know how much I love my GTA IV.

This will most likely be my final GTA IV piece now that GTA V is on it's way I'll be doing a lot of artwork on GTA V in the near future, so you can count on that!

With this piece I wanted it to feel action packed yet moody at the same time, so I thought why not do the old walking away from an explosion scene. Only Niko is too badass so I had him walking "into" an explosion instead.


Sunday, 6 November 2011

Oni Intro Flash Movie

A bit of nostalgia for all Rockstar Games' fans. Especially GTA III fans would find it heart warming. :) 

The music in this trailer, Score (Original Mix) by Slyder, was also played on Radio Station Rise FM in Grand Theft Auto III.
Oni is a third-person action game developed by Bungie West, a division of Bungie. Released in 2001, it was Bungie West's only game. It broke new ground by blending third-person shooting with hand-to-hand combat, resulting in a unique, yet familiar game for third-person shooter enthusiasts.

The game's universe is heavily influenced by Mamoru Oshii's anime film Ghost in the Shell. The main characters Konoko and Commander Griffin look similar to the film's protagonists Motoko Kusanagi and Daisuke Aramaki. Dark Horse Comics published a comic-book version of Oni as a four-issue limited series, the first issue of which was bundled with the Windows version of the game. 


Friday, 4 November 2011

GTA V Trailer Close Look

A free daily newspaper in the United Kingdom, Metro, published a short article analysing a recently released trailer for GTA V.
GTA fans get taste of next adventure

Gamers were given their first glimps of the latest instalment in the controversial Grand Theft Auto series yesterday. A one-minute trailer posted by developer Rockstar Games suggests Grand Theft Auto V will return to the Los Angeles inspired city Los Santos.

Backed by The Small Faces Ogden's Nut Gone Flake, it opens with idyllic scenes of golf courses and beaches. A narrator asks: 'Why did I move here? I guess it was the weather?' The voice-over goes on to explain he wanted to retire, be the 'good guy' and raise a family. But then the clip reverts to the game's traditional themes, with police chases, robberies and a shot of Vinewood - the game's version of Hollywood.

Rockstar did not give any details about when GTA V would be released. Analysts warned impatient gamers that trailers can appear more than a year ahead. The series, which has often attracted criticism for its violence, is one of the most popular in game history and has sold more than 124million units since 1997.


Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Grand Theft Auto V Trailer #1

The wait is finally over. The first trailer for Grand Theft Auto V has arrived. But does it give some of the answers or creates more questions?


Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Tommy Vercetti Poster

Many consider Vice City to be the most sucessful chapter in GTA franchise. Not only because it brought back the magic of the 80's, but also because it itroduced us to Tommy Vercetti. The smoothest propatagonist ever.

When looking at this poster by Brandon Arseneault, it's hard not to wonder if he drew his inspiration from Tommy's voice actor Ray Liotta when he made this. Tommy's character creation process was also heavily influenced by Ray Liotta's on screen persona.